Supporting Communities Experiencing Collective Trauma in your Workplace

Thursday, February 16, 2023

The term ‘burnout’ is often used to describe the individual experience whether that’s professionally or personally, we’ve all experienced burnout at some point in our lives when we’re taking on or dealing with too much, but what about when a whole community or group is experiencing traumatic and exhausting events? When there is constant reporting in the media of crimes and atrocities committed against people of marginalised communities, people from those communities can get burnout from having to witness these events unfold and worry about what it means for them.


What will you learn

  • What is burnout?
  • How can burnout affect whole communities?
  • What does burnout for whole communities mean for the workplace?
  • How can you support those in your team who are facing community burnout?

Who is this for?

  • Inclusion and diversity professionals
  • HR business partners
  • HR managers
  • Line managers

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