Ep 7: Tony Piper


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Dec 03 2019 31 mins  

Tony Piper is a stress, burnout and leadership coach. After 27 years in the IT profession, Tony shared with Simon his expertise on stress in the workplace, why it happens, and looked at this year's WHO definition of burnout as an 'occupational phenomenon'.

Simon and Tony touched on:

  • What burnout physically looks like, and how to spot it in yourself
  • The importance of line managers in preventing burnout
  • Why Chief Executives are not superheroes and the power of vulnerable leadership

Tony only shared his top tips on the best ways to properly switch off and some of his best self-care tips.

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More on Tony: twitter.com/tonypiper
Tony's coaching: tonypiper.coach/burnout
WHO definition on burnout: who.int/mental_health/evidence/burn-out/en
Article referenced by Simon: hrreview.co.uk/analysis/simon-blake-tackling-summer-burnout-in-the-workplace/119260

More on Simon: twitter.com/Simonablake
Simon Blake OBE is the Chief Executive of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England. His mission is to improve the mental health of the nation and help build an inclusive and  society where attitudes and behaviours around mental health are normalised. Simon received an OBE in 2011, is Deputy Chair at Stonewall, and enjoys running, equestrian eventing, and walks with his dog.

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