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How to prevent burnout, from two leaders who overcame it

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Mollie West Duffy and Liz Fosslien

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What you'll learn

How to recognize the early warning signs of burnout

Learn to spot common flags that you're doing too much

How to pinpoint what's driving your burnout

Understand the different types of burnout, and identify and address the exact cause of your exhaustion

How to make preventing burnout an ongoing practice

Make small changes that have a big ongoing impact (the only way we've found works to prevent burnout in the long term)

Why this topic matters

This session is essential for aspiring leaders looking to feel less exhausted and chart a sustainable path to professional success. Combining academic research with case studies and personal stories, Liz and Mollie will offer actionable advice on how to work smarter, feel better, and create healthier workplace cultures.

You'll learn from

Mollie West Duffy

Co-author of bestsellers No Hard Feelings and Big Feelings. Head of L&D at Lattice, previously IDEO

Mollie West Duffy is the co-author of the WSJ bestseller No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work and Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay. She is currently the head of Learning & Development at Lattice, was previously an Organizational Design Lead at global innovation firm IDEO, and a research associate for the Dean of Harvard Business School. She has worked with companies of all sizes on organizational development, leadership development, and workplace culture. Her writing has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Entrepreneur, and she’s taught design courses at Stanford and USC.

Liz Fosslien

Co-author & illustrator of No Hard Feelings and Big Feelings. Head of Storytelling at Atlassian

Liz Fosslien is the co-author and illustrator of the WSJ bestseller No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work and Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay. She is Head of Storytelling for Team Anywhere at Atlassian, and previously led the content and communications teams at Humu. Liz has designed and led workshops for executives at Google, Facebook, and Nike on how to create inclusive cultures. Her writing and data visualization projects have appeared in CNN, The Economist, The Financial Times, and NPR.

Previously at

IDEO
Atlassian
Lattice
Penguin Random House

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