Feeling Spent? Burnout within Finance
This is a joint event with the Chartered Banker Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University and ICAEW North West.
Burnout is a state of emotional, physical and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged periods of stress. There is a high probability that you or someone you know may have, or are, currently experiencing it.
With our lifestyles becoming increasingly demanding and fast-paced, reaching a state of utter exhaustion and burnout is a likely reality most of us unfortunately face.
Statistics show that, 63% of managers within the finance sector have suffered from burnout since the UK was first placed in lockdown. Anxiety about the future, pressures from work, longer working hours from home, lack of sleep and concerns about the pandemic are considerable contributing factors.
During this joint webcast held by The Chartered Banker Institute, ICAEW North West and Manchester Metropolitan University, our esteemed panel will examine the contributing factors within Financial services, the changes needing to be made to help prevent burnout and coping mechanisms.
Webcast discussion points:
- The affect that Covid-19 has had upon employees in the finance sector.
- Discussion around the culture within the sector, pre-covid, did many individuals experience burn out and if so how do the stats compare?
- Analysis of the changes within culture and attitudes towards mental health. What does the future within our sector look like?
- The physical, emotional and behavioral signs of burnout. How to spot them, and understand them.
This webcast is aimed at all professionals of every level, working within banking, accounting and financial services.
2:30 PM - 3:30PM UK GMT