The Emerging Professionals of AIA Queens (QEPA), AIA Brooklyn (BKEP), AIA Long Island (LIEP) and AIA New York (ENYA) will co-host this event featuring panelists on the subject of BURNOUT
In 2019, we have come a long way to remove the stigma and transition into a safe space where the subject of Burnout can be discussed as it relates to health. Join us for this end of year Emerging Professionals program funded by an AIA College of Fellows grant and hosted by AIA New York State (AIANYS) Emerging Professionals; “Cooling the Burn in Burnout”
Refreshments will be provided.
The World Health Organization announced this year that Burnout is included in the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon. Symptoms of burnout include feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one’s job or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job; and reduced professional efficacy. As emerging professionals struggle to create a work/life balance burnout becomes very real. Being proactive will create more effective leaders at work, at home and in our communities.
The program aims to focus on the following topics:
- Strategies for carving time for yourself
- Time management skills
- Resources for self-preservation and self-growth
- Tools to help you recognize that you are struggling, and how to broach the topic with yourself, your peers, and importantly your firm leadership.
Jim King, AIA | Partner | King + King Architects
Kim Perone, CLC | Success Coach and Mindfulness Trainer Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment (CENTER4C)
Daniel J. Wilson, AIA | Partner | Lacey Thaler Reilly Wilson Architecture
The Emerging Professionals of AIA Queens (QEPA), AIA Brooklyn (BKEP), AIA Long Island (LIEP) and AIA New York (ENYA)