Stress and burnout are not the same thing.

We all navigate stress and feelings of overwhelm, but it doesn’t have to lead to burnout.

One of the first, and most important, steps to protect yourself from burnout is understanding your risk level.

What's your burnout risk level?

Take the Burnout Risk Assessment to see if you’re on the fast track to burnout, and learn what you can do to protect yourself from the psychological hazards of work.

 
1. My stress level over the last 3 months has been....
 
2. I concentrate my energy on what I can control.
 
3. I feel comfortable asking others for help when I am stressed out.
 
4. I’m experiencing a lot of conflict with other people at work.
 
5. I view stressors as problems that can be solved.
 
6. My work culture feels toxic.
 
7. I am working longer and harder than I want to.
 
8. There’s way more to my identity than my work.
 
9. My stress level does not feel sustainable.
 
10. Over the last 3 months, I have considered leaving my job.
 
11. I have the support I need to be effective at work.
 
12. I have an uncharacteristically bad attitude about work right now.
 
14. I feel a sense of purpose in my work.
 
15. I feel like I am good at my job.
 
16. I have a hard time telling others “no”.
 
17. I always make time for the people and/or things I love outside of work, regardless of my busy schedule.
 
18. In times of high stress, I focus on the positive impact I can make on what happens next.
 
19. I am making too many personal sacrifices for work right now.
 
20. I focus on what is most important to me in life.
 
 
 
 
 

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