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Worn Out or Burnt Out? Living and Leading in an Age of Exhaustion, 09/07/2023, On Demand More info »
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Worn Out or Burnt Out? Living and Leading in an Age of Exhaustion

Total Credits: 0.1 CEUs

Samantha Croft
1 hour
Audio and Video



A 2022 Gallup poll found that educators reported the highest level of burnout of any industry, and 35% of college and university workers reported “always” or “very often” feeling burned out at work. We hear the word burnout frequently, but what does it mean? Why is everyone talking about it these days? Learn how to identify burnout and how to stop or prevent it for yourself and your team.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Define burnout.
  • Describe the causes and signs of the burnout spectrum.
  • Identify practical ways to prevent or stop burnout within themselves and their team.

Certificate, Digital Badge, and CEU

All webinar participants can obtain, at no additional cost:

  • A digital badge and certificate that provide a web-enabled, verifiable documentation of your professional learning experience.
  • CEUs, which are awarded by passing the post-webinar learning assessment with a score of 80% or better.



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Austin Community College

Dr. Samantha Croft is a Professor of Biology at Austin Community College, driven by a commitment to academic excellence through faculty advocacy. Beyond her classroom engagement, she has held significant leadership roles such as Faculty Senate President and Assistant Department Chair.  She also led the Teaching and Learning Academy, an innovative faculty development program enhancing teaching practices and fostering a sense of community among faculty members. These positions have allowed her to make contributions reflecting her deep commitment to uplifting fellow educators and advancing faculty issues. She holds a Ph.D. in Microbiology and a B.S. in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics from the University of Texas at Austin.