Burnout Is a Cultural Problem

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Over the past three years, I have given upwards of 30 workshops on burnout to different groups of faculty, whether through invitations to a campus (in-person and virtual), conferences, or retreats. I’ve talked to thousands of faculty, and the invitations keep coming. The issue is obviously resonating in higher education institutions around the country. 

The sum total of those institutions who’ve also invited me to speak with leadership? Three. One president and cabinet, one provost’s leadership team, and a provost. 

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