WEBINAR

Combatting Work Fatigue: 8 Signs Your Employees Need Help

Wednesday, January 19th, 2022
11:00AM PST / 2:00PM EST

Health care workers and teams and are facing crippling stress. Spot the early signs of work fatigue and learn methods to support your employees before they burn out.

Learn How Your Team Can Become More Resilient

Work fatigue, also known as burnout, is a type of work-related distress that is more pervasive, more chronic, and more impactful on day-to-day functioning than typical work stress, which can be dangerous in a health care environment. The University of California system estimates that $190 billion is spent per year in burnout-related health care costs. But burnout doesn’t have to burn through your workforce. Knowing the early signs of work fatigue and how to support employees can help create a more resilient workforce.

In this conversation, you’ll learn:

  • How to identify signs of employee work fatigue
  • Strategies to support health care workers and employees through periods of stress and work fatigue
  • Methods to facilitate a culture of positive mental health and resilience

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Robyn Symon

Two-time Emmy Award-winning Documentary Filmmaker

Susan Wyatt

Head of Customer Success,
Lyra Health

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About the Speakers

Robyn Symon

Robyn Symon is a two-time Emmy Award-winner, and an accomplished writer, producer/director, and editor. She began as a television news reporter in Texas, then began to host and produce documentaries, public affairs programs, hundreds of hours of TV series, and films. One of these films, Do No Harm, is centered around medical students dealing with burnout and depression. In preparation for this film, Robyn interviewed many different C-Suites to understand their strategies to prevent this in healthcare systems.

Susan Wyatt

Susan Wyatt, MPH, is a recognized leader with a passion for public health and creating systems that help people lead physically and mentally healthy lives. Susan currently leads the Customer Success team at Lyra Health, overseeing relationships and building trust with partner companies, and serves as a company spokeswoman. Her public health background and deep benefit business partnership experience includes roles as a senior benefits business partner at Target and as a population health consultant at UnitedHealth Group.