How would you describe the environment at your organization?
Collaborative: there’s lots of communication and creativity, people seem fulfilled
Tense: there are disagreements, confusion, disappointments, and trust is breaking down
Okay: managers report that efficiency could be better, but that everything is operational
Yikes: there are some major issues getting in the way of the organization’s mission
How would you describe the personal interactions at work?
Transparent and respectful: it seems that individuals across teams work well together
Eroding: it seems as though trust has started to break down due to avoidable mistakes
Disorganized: people don't seem to know who is responsible for what
There are none: there isn’t space for personal relationships at work right now, and/or its not prioritized
How would you describe what happens inside meetings at your organization?
Inspiring ideas: employees are quick to problem-solve, ask questions, and offer solutions
Silence: people aren’t speaking up, and it’s tough to get participation or conversation flowing, or the meeting leader is doing all the talking
Conflict or Discomfort: everyone feels the pressure, but responsibility isn’t clear. There seems to be some resentment
Nothing impactful: we meet all the time, but it doesn’t seem like its getting us anywhere
Congratulations! You're organization is "burning bright!"
Congrats! Your organization is burning bright, meaning individuals are fulfilled. They still work hard — without burning out. The talent you worked so hard to recruit has no intention of leaving. Shared goals are being achieved, and the organization is firmly rooted in the better-business category. Team cohesion is creating an environment of creativity, and the company culture is producing outcomes at every level. You've got a healthy organization, let Burn Bright provides service that will help you stay that way.
Your organization is Languishing
Your organization is languishing. Boundaries are deteriorating, and role confusion is causing inefficiencies and decreasing productivity.People are not at their best, and resentment is building. The organization is feeling crunched due to a lack of innovation. There’s a general sense of decline and desire that’s impacting both individuals and the organization as a whole. Don't worry, you caught signs of burnout at the perfect time, and we have a few trainings that could help your teams: The Art of Self-CareManaging Burnout in Our New NormalManaging PerfectionismCultivating Boundaries to Prevent BurnoutManaging with Psychological SafetyAccountability Skills TrainingBurnout is BetrayalThe Opt Out
Your organization is experiencing Deadly Silence
Your organization is experiencing deadly silence: a new normal is starting to form because a few one-time incidents have formed a pattern. You may notice that personal relationships at work are starting to suffer, and trust is eroding. It seems like your employees are taking plenty of time off, but they’re not returning to work rejuvenated or inspired. Managers are reporting an increase in mistakes, and a decrease in critical thinking. Unfortunately, your organization could be in a burnout crisis if these trends aren’t addressed, but it’s never too late to change the narrative on burnout in your organization. We can help. Look into one of our trainings focused on the Deadly Silence stage of burnout, or book a call to talk about conducting an assessment: Managing with Psychological SafetyManaging PerfectionismBurnout is BetrayalAccountability Skills TrainingDEI Leadership TrainingAffinity Group ConsultationGeneral Bystander Training2-Day Battling Burnout Workshop
Your organization is in Burnout Crisis
Your organization is having a burnout crisis — which you probably could already sense. Employees’ lack of trust and resentment has mounted to a breaking point, and it’s tempting for you to react quickly in an effort to course-correct. You’ve likely noticed that more employees are quitting, the organization is fielding more complaints, and competitors are outpacing your teams in capturing market share. We urge you not to grasp at straws. It’s normal to worry about the organization’s reputation, but launching mandatory initiatives or misallocating resources towards low-impact quick-fixes isn’t going to get your organization Burning Bright instead of burning out. Curious how we might be able to support?