Notre vision du burn-out

Redefining and preventing burnout has become possible with the Global Quality of Life pedagogy! 

Exhaustion, depression, burnout: some clarifications are necessary

Millions of people at work are exhausted. The fatigue of the day, induced by professional and personal burdens, is no longer compensated by night rests and sufficient breaks. 

Depression is seeing the glass as half empty, in all areas of life, for several days in a row. It is an illness. 

Burnout is similar to a stroke. From one day to the next, one or more intellectual or physical functions are blocked. You have to stop. It is serious. The recovery will be long. 

Attaching professional or personal terms to these 3 words makes little sense. These are always global problems. 

Recurrent exhaustion can lead to burnout. A burnout that is not properly treated can become a depression. 

As for other diseases, a real prevention policy is possible

As for other diseases, a real prevention policy is possible 

Faced with hundreds of cases where it is obvious that the could have been avoided, faced with the very diverse realities of overwork and suffering at work observed in companies, the pedagogy of the Global Quality of Life allows us to protect ourselves effectively. Thus, we must not only consider the risk factors within the company, but also those that concern life outside work and, of course, the way in which each individual manages or does not manage their health and lifestyle. 

CREDIR is to professionals what INSEP is to high-level athletes.  

For almost 10 years, each month, professionals spend 3 days at CREDIR and are supported by an interdisciplinary team.  

For more than 6 years, the CREDIR teams have also been working in the field (companies, civil society) to deploy safety nets with the GQL pedagogy.  

To regain the desire,we must reduce our fears.   

Thus, if nets are set up to reduce the risks, there is less fear of falling.  

The Credir is probably unique in the world for the volume of information collected on burnout.  

Its double view, on the individuals in the training sessions and in their organizations, allows, like a new medical imaging technology, to perceive the burn-out differently and to innovate in the modalities of its management. 

 

CREDIR is to professionals what INSEP is to high-level athletes.  

For almost 10 years, each month, professionals spend 3 days at CREDIR and are supported by an interdisciplinary team.  

For more than 6 years, the CREDIR teams have also been working in the field (companies, civil society) to deploy safety nets with the GQL pedagogy.  

To regain the desire,we must reduce our fears.   

Thus, if nets are set up to reduce the risks, there is less fear of falling.  

The Credir is probably unique in the world for the volume of information collected on burnout.  

Its double view, on the individuals in the training sessions and in their organizations, allows, like a new medical imaging technology, to perceive the burn-out differently and to innovate in the modalities of its management. 

 

The 6 frustrations of CREDIR

  1. The trivialization of the phenomenon due mainly to the confusion between burnout and exhaustion. 
  2. The questioning of its status as a real disease: the effects of a burnout are similar to those of a stroke. 
  3. The strictly professional approach to the disease: it must always be part of a global problem. 
  4. The conservatism of the “specialists “: it is necessary to leave a model of single thought which blocks the progress. 
  5. Of the word burn-out: lexical alternatives are possible, such as “Cerebral Collapse by Exhaustion” (CCE). 
  6. Burn-out itself: everything must be done to prevent and eradicate it