The Self-Care Guide for HR Professionals

HR professionals often focus so much of their energy on supporting others that they rarely take the time to cultivate their own mental well-being. In this e-book, get tips on creating your own unique self-care plan to tend to your needs first—then, also better support those around you.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • Why HR leaders are uniquely susceptible to burnout, and why self-care can be a powerful (not frivolous) habit to practice to combat it
  • How “compassion fatigue” affects your day-to-day work, and how to be proactive about protecting yourself from it
  • How to take formal steps toward creating a self-care plan for yourself by reflecting on what helps you recharge, examining your barriers to self-care, replacing negative coping strategies with positive ones, and sharing your plan with trusted people for accountability

HR professionals often focus so much of their energy on supporting others that they rarely take the time to cultivate their own mental well-being. In this e-book, get tips on creating your own unique self-care plan to tend to your needs first—then, also better support those around you.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • Why HR leaders are uniquely susceptible to burnout, and why self-care can be a powerful (not frivolous) habit to practice to combat it
  • How “compassion fatigue” affects your day-to-day work, and how to be proactive about protecting yourself from it
  • How to take formal steps toward creating a self-care plan for yourself by reflecting on what helps you recharge, examining your barriers to self-care, replacing negative coping strategies with positive ones, and sharing your plan with trusted people for accountability
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