Women's Forum: Five signs you might be burning out and how to put the brakes on
This session is aimed at professional women who have found that the convergent pressures of work and home life have squeezed out the bandwidth they have for prioritising health, fitness and wellbeing. They have noticed red flags going up in Six Signal® areas, and want to take action without giving up all their spare time or taking on too much additional pressure. In this session, Leanne will overview what burnout is, what the signs are and how you can recognise them. We’ll focus on the Six Signals® - sleep, mental health, body composition, energy, digestion and fitness – and how you can use these signals to improve your health, get more sleep, have less stress and feel more in control of your life..
In this session you will:
- Understand the signs and possible causes of burnout
- Develop strategies for avoiding burnout and rebuilding your health
- Understand what the Six Signals® are and how they interrelate
- Adopt several easy-to-implement strategies for wellbeing that you can use straight away
- Get back in control of your health, fitness and wellbeing
Leanne Spencer is an expert on personalised health, fitness and wellbeing. She is also the author of two books, Rise and Shine: recover from burnout and get back to your best and Remove the Guesswork: the highly personalised approach to health, fitness and nutrition that puts you first. Her TEDx talk is about ‘why fitness is more important than weight’, and she is a contributor for Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global.
Leanne works with busy professionals who want to get more energy by removing the guesswork around their health. Her award-winning company Bodyshot Performance Limited works with individuals and corporates who want to truly pioneer the practice of wellbeing at work.
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