Working in Jewish Education, where educators continually strive for meaningful student engagement, requires an enormous commitment of energy and creativity. The challenge is that, even as this work is deeply gratifying, it is also very demanding. The good news is that burnout is not inevitable, and this session will provide a roadmap for thriving at work even when facing many demands, continuous change, and the reality of very full personal lives. This interactive workshop is designed to help you take your role and organization to the next level without compromising your well-being.
What You’ll Learn
- The critical questions to ask when juggling competing priorities
- Strategies for effectively setting boundaries while preserving important relationships
- Realistic ways to stay energized
- Why managing your energy is far more effective than managing your time
Faun is an employee burnout and resilience expert who teaches clients how to reduce burnout, navigate a multitude of work/life issues, and bring their A-game to every personal and professional role they play. With 20+ years as a trainer and coach, Faun is known for her high-energy and dynamic workshops. She has been quoted in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times and Fast Company. Faun holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology.
This event is brought to you by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta Jewish Education Collaborative and JumpSpark initiatives.