Health and safety, occupational health nurses and other medical professionals, military, forest service, firefighters, law enforcement
With tighter budgets and reduced staff, today’s employees are working harder, faster, and longer than ever before. While technology and time-management techniques make it easier to do more with less, the constant pressure of excessive workloads ultimately results in fatigue and burnout.
The total global cost of fatigue is estimated to be $500 billion) each year. Fortunately, when it comes to tackling fatigue and burnout a bit of prevention can go a long way and result in significant benefits to both the company and those who work for it.
The good news is there are ways for both employers and employees to fight off fatigue in the workplace.
Dr. Jo has presented more than 1000 programs to clients, including Michigan Municipal, Risk Management Authority, Vail Vets, Nuclear Medicine Resource Professionals, Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, and the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses.
In this fast-paced, interactive keynote, Dr. Jo uses scientific research from over 1000 medical studies to offer real-life strategies and best practices companies use to reduce fatigue and burnout. She’s the author of six books including Reboot – how to power up your energy, focus, and productivity.
Attendees will leave this keynote with:
- An understanding of the real costs related to fatigue in terms of accidents, errors, absenteeism, and loss of productivity
- Three practical strategies to prevent and counter fatigue during the workday
- Real life examples of companies that have successfully reduced fatigue in the workplace