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Burnout & Stress Management

May 7, 2024

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9:00 am

  • Online
  • Free

Live Webinar

Hosted by Valley Heartland CFDC

Tuesday, May 7th · 9am-10:30am


Speaker: Natalie Matias, Skills Camp Co


  • Recognize “The 12 stages of Burnout” and which ones you’re going through.
  • Describe negative consequences of stress on yourself and others.
  • Practice strategies to prevent burnout and reduce impact of stress.
  • Identify strategies to prevent burnout and achieve more using a simple 6-step solution developed by our own Hamza Khan, “The D.R.A.G.O.N. Method”.
  • Understand the biology of stress
  • Develop strategies for to building greater focus and attention.
  • Identify your specific stress driver (of five) and how to manage it.

Stress, and the resulting burnout, have been called the “health epidemic of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization and is estimated to cost American businesses up to $300 billion a year. It impacts every part of your physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s harder to just stop, breathe, and live in the moment. With the right tools and some simple mindfulness strategies, one has the power to greatly decrease the negative effects of stress and increase personal health, happiness, and well-being. This workshop will investigate the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to continue to be a high performer.


  • Reduced stress and the related health concerns such as fatigue and headaches.
  • Reduces the impact stressful situations have on you when they occur.
  • Improved mental and physical health.
  • Increased productivity.
  • Reduced absenteeism and turnover.

Speaker BIO

Natalie Matias is a dynamic leading facilitator at SkillsCamp, a soft skills development company, and has a passion for mindfulness and promoting sustainable work/life cultures through self-care, conflict resolution, and mindful leadership. She is a first-generation immigrant of the Philippines and settler of Tkaronto, Canada. Natalie also coaches people on mindfulness and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Marketing & International Business from the University of Manitoba.