You Can't Pour (or Drink) from an Empty Cup:
A Burnout Workshop on How to Keep Your Cup Full
with guest speaker Nicole Cranley, Ph.D
(aka "The Doctorette")
Come join us for a workshop hosted by Dr. Nicole Cranley, Ph.D. (aka "The Doctorette") that uses propriety standardized methods developed by Dr. Cranley for giving you an individual and in-depth insight into how you spend your time and how that is related to your risk for burnout.
The goal of this workshop is for you to walk away with a clear idea of areas that put you at a greater risk for burnout and how you could integrate more recovery into your daily life.
Who is this workshop for? Everyone! Recovery (aka the real “self-care”) is a muscle that needs to be worked to be kept in shape. You’re never an expert in your own recovery because life is constantly throwing you things that you’ve never experienced before. As a result, you need tools, good habits, and self-awareness to keep burnout in check.
What will you leave with? A method that you can apply in your life to help you reassess how you are spending your time, and some tools for how you can keep your cups full.
ABOUT NICOLE Dr. Nicole M. Cranley is a behavioral scientist with a Ph.D. in public health and an M.S. in psychology. Her research has been published in multiple national and international peer-reviewed journals and featured by several media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Verily Magazine, and PsyBlog.
After completing an intensive postdoctoral fellowship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dr. Cranley’s passion is sharing cutting edge research in communication, burnout, resilience, and self-efficacy to help people feel and perform better in their daily lives.
Presently, Dr. Cranley is a Senior Associate Director in the Health Economics and Outcomes Research division for the South region of Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals. She has worked as a consultant to several Fortune 100 and 500 companies, providing assistance with several multi-million dollar research and development projects.
She is also the voice behind the blog The Doctorette, where she creates content focused on sparking inspiration for your wellness, home, and personal style. She uses her platform to be an advocate for small businesses, non-profit organizations, and social issues.
She lives in Durham with her husband Nathan and dog Loki.
This dinner meeting is sponsored by Twiddle Dee Farm located in Clinton!