In the episode, Nick Day is joined on The HR L&D Podcast by Mia Russell, a lecturer in the Center for Leadership Education at Johns Hopkins University. She teaches leadership and management courses!
Mia Baytop Russell, PhD has served in various roles across nonprofit, academic, and corporate sectors. Drawing from personal interests and challenges with work-life integration and work-family conflict, Mia has spent decades exploring well-being in multiple contexts. Her research focuses on the sustainability of well-being, specifically family economic well-being and career/work-related well-being. As a financial education and organizational behaviour contributor, Mia has published dozens of interdisciplinary articles, developed programs, and consulted with organizations.
Nick and Mia discuss how to facilitate a workplace environment that—instead of causing burnout—cultivates energy, enthusiasm, and participation. Mia also discusses her new book, FIRED UP!: A Guide to transforming your team from Burnout to Engagement (De Gruyter).
In this “From Burnout to Engagement” episode with Mia Russell on The HR L&D Podcast, we also explore:
- What do the words human resources mean to you?
- Why so many employees are “quietly quitting”
- What causes burnout in the workplace?
- What are the consequences of burnout?
- How do you assess your team and work environment for burnout?
- How can you shift your team from burnout to engagement?
- Why is it important to address burnout from the managerial level?
Links highlighted in this “From Burnout to Engagement” episode are included below:
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