49. How GTD can help reduce burnout

It’s the last episode before our summer break and this is a special one!

This episode contains a longer interview recorded for GTD Connect® members. In this episode, you will hear from Getting Things Done® (GTD) author David Allen and three trainers from our global network, to discuss how GTD can help to reduce burnout. While it has been an issue for years, burnout has been rising steeply since early 2020. The World Health Organization now calls burnout an official medical diagnosis.

It is a result of chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed, and is characterized by three dimensions:

– Feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion

– Increased mental distance from ones job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to ones job

– Reduced professional efficacy

For this discussion, David is joined by Emily Gregory, Morten Røvik, and William Elliott. Morten shared an infographic on the stress curve, which is available for download for GTD Connect® members.

Links:

Emily Gregory

VitalSmarts: https://vitalsmarts.com/

One Productive Minute: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLq6xHLjpckwfoZxU6sgWjaFHVdE8ZbYyV

Morten Røvik

produktiveNorge: https://produktivnorge.no/​ and https://gtdnordic.com/​

GTD Nordic podcast (in English): https://produktivnorge.no/podcast/

William Elliott

ActionCo: https://gtdsouthafrica.co.za/​

If you like this video, consider becoming a GTD Connect® member! So many good ressources are available for members, learn more about this here: https://gtdconnect.com/

We really hope that this episode helps you on your GTD journey and, as always: If you have any feedback we’d love to hear from you via podcast@gtdnordic.dk, you can learn more about GTD in the Nordics at https://GTDnordic.com and find cool GTD gear at https://GTDshop.com.

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