The Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change (MCBC) is thrilled to host its next conference - Behaviour Change: Achieving Impact Using Behavioural Science. As part of this special event, Sophie Scott (OAM) will delivering a keynote at our public lecture on Monday 26 February titled Defying Burnout & Thriving Through Change.
Sophie’s “Defying Burnout” workshop is a fascinating journey into the science of burnout as well as sharing her personal experience with the debilitating syndrome.
In the one hour session Sophie helps participants understand and identify the difference between anxiety and stress and full blown burnout. She also outlines how to recognise the early signs of clinical burnout.
If left untreated, burnout can have a serious impact on your health and affect your heart, digestion, immune system, mood and cognitive abilities.
Breaking down the latest research into easy to understand and engaging language was a hallmark of Sophie’s extensive career as an award-winning medical reporter.
Calm Commit & Connect©
This unique program grew from Sophie’s personal experience of overcoming burnout. Using the latest neuroscience on burnout, she went on to design the Calm Commit and Connect© program to help others improve their emotional state, regulate their nervous system in times of stress and enhance their cognitive and creative abilities.
At the recent Workplace Wellness Festival her solutions-focused approach was praised as “...having helped so many people, providing insights and information they can use in their personal lives and to implement in their workplaces. ” Tania Arlington Director WWF.
Participants in Sophie’s workshop leave armed with a raft of practical techniques that can be done anywhere, anytime to help foster greater resilience, calmness and an ability to maintain individual peak performance states.
Please note, if you have already registered for the MCBC conference, there is no need to register for this event. Registration for this event only is $30.