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Video available I Burnout in the Humanitarian Sector Part II with Kate Roberts

Dear CCH Friends, dear Humanitarian Community,

We would like to thank you for your attendance to our last Humani-Topic on Thursday 29 April from 6 to 8pm (CET). Thanks all for your attention and for your active participation in the second half of the session.

The video of the webinar is now available as well as the presentation shared by our expert speaker Kate Roberts.

"In dealing with those who are undergoing great suffering, if you feel "burnout" setting in, if you feel demoralized and exhausted, it is best, for the sake of everyone, to withdraw and restore yourself. The point is to have a long-term perspective" - Dalai Lama.

In Part II of the series on ‘Burnout in the Humanitarian Sector’ we took a closer look at influencing meaningful change in humanitarian workplace culture, including:

  • Prevalence of Burnout in Humanitarian Contexts

  • Why Burnout is an Organizational issue

  • What we wish our Management understood

  • Why our Organizations often feel like more talk than action

  • Breaking-down Barriers and Building-up Accountability

A huge THANK YOU to Kate Roberts for her time, her expertise and for her incredible enthusiasm. We would like to thank you again for your this second for "co-creation" with CoCreate Humanity for the well-being of the humanitarian community.

Here is Kate's website and do not hesitate to contact her for any follow-up you might need at the following address:

Please do not hesitate to share these information with your coworkers and other humanitarians.

We still have a lot to do all together. Together, we are stronger 💜.


Burnout in the Humanitarian Sector (Part
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