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Staying Engaged in Your Career Without Burning Out: A Call for Action to Build Resilience
Although data specific to biomedical researchers or drug R&D scientists are lacking, data from other professions indicate that you can be passionate about your career and still become burned out. More than ever, at this time while the world is faced with unprecedented challenges by COVID-19, we offer a call for action to scientists and leaders to combat burnout by practicing resilience. Through focus on education, networking and career development, organizations like ASCPT are positioned to catalyze resilience and enable desired outcome. Resilience will nurture a sustainable culture of continuous learning, collaboration, and purpose-oriented innovation, crucial to traversing the increasingly dynamic and iterative path from ideas to medicines. The speaker, Beth Benatti Kennedy, MS, LMFT, Principal of Benatti Training & Development, brings over 25 years of experiences in leadership coaching to introduce best practices for resilience. Beth is the author of Career ReCharge: Five Strategies to Boost Resilience and Beat Burnout. Beth designed the Benatti Resiliency Model® as part of her leadership coaching process to prevent employee burnout and enhance one’s influence and impact in their career. This webinar will focus on the 5 strategies of this Model—well-being, self-awareness, brand, connection, and innovation—and show you how to implement them to achieve greater career satisfaction and add value to your organization. Participants will engage in an interactive exercise on connection. This will provide individuals with an actionable strategy to cultivate relationships and enhance personal brand. These aspects should be of particular interest to early career members so that they can start right! Participants will design their own customized Resiliency Action Plan to revitalize their career, manage transition, enhance productivity, and beat burnout. Post-webinar, we are planning to roll out a pulse survey to assess resiliency practices and enablers.

Oct 8, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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