Early Careers Network: How to boost productivity and avoid burnout
Author WIG Date 26 Jul 2022
A recording of the WIG Webinar "Early Careers Network How to boost productivity and avoid burnout" with Charlotte Bedford, Co-Chair, DfT Social Mobility Network and Co-Chair, DfT Bereavement Network; and Professor Russell Foster, CBE, FRSB, FMedSci, FRS, Director, Sir Jules Thorn Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi), Head, Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Throughout the pandemic, the advent of 'working from home' has led to the boundary between work and home life becoming blurred. Join us online for this Early Careers Network event to find solutions to burnout, and regain balance in your working life
In this first event of the series, you will:
- Discover tips and tricks on balancing ambition while avoiding burnout
- Understand best practice from senior leaders as well as real life examples from our expert speakers
Our Early Career Network brings together future leaders who are graduates, apprentices and high potential individuals with up to ten years of work experience, from a range of WIG member organisations. The network will helps build connections within peer groups, and develop the skills and knowledge to further career progression.
You might also be interested in our Future Leaders Programme (FLP). FLP is a six-month programme that supports you to develop your leadership skills and tackle real-world leadership challenges. Each module covers a different aspect of leadership theory and practice, with opportunities for continuous development, reflection, and review. Applications are open now.