If you’ve flown, you’ve heard a flight attendant caution us that if we need to help others, we need to put our own mask on first. But for those of us in the nonprofit sector, it can be hard to put ourselves first. The needs of our clients are pressing. Our work is demanding. There’s more needed than we alone can provide and there aren’t enough resources to do our work. It’s easy to get overwhelmed. But the cost of sacrificing ourselves to the point of burnout is too high. You are worth caring for! Come learn about 16 rejuvenating practices that are free, quick, easy, and portable. In this workshop we’ll share and practice simple ways to care for yourself. You’ll leave with a mini-action plan.
Kat Morgan, Twitter: @ChangeAbilityKM
Kat Morgan, Founder of ChangeAbility Solutions, has decades of experience in the nonprofit sector. As a consultant, she facilitates organization change, and provides training and coaching services. She’s an avid student of positive psychology and is excited to share free, simple, and easy practices that can prevent or minimize burnout. She’s an advocate for sustainability in nonprofits, and has developed and implemented policies that improve conditions for staff. She was cited by Beth Kanter and Aliza Sherman in their new book The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact Without Burnout.
Kat Morgan says
If you’d like the slides, I’ll be posting them to my site shortly after the workshop!
Leandra Ganko says
Slides from the session (pdf)
Kat Morgan says
Thanks to Leandra for posting the link!
Here’s the URL to find the slides from my workshop: http://www.changeabilitysolutions.com/general/nctech4good2017/