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Lately, there has been a growing phenomenon in news headlines and social media about people stepping back at work and setting boundaries for how much they will do. The pandemic-induced trend has been called “quiet quitting”—and it’s the topic of the Oct. 14 DLE Culture Chat.
Let’s Talk About “Quiet Quitting” will bring together professionals from diverse organizations, roles and industries for an interactive, moderated conversation, starting at 12 noon ET.
Attend this one-hour program to air your experiences and gain insights from others for building healthy boundaries while still advancing in your career. Questions to be explored include:
- What does ‘quiet quitting’ mean for you?
- How do you handle a boss or co-worker or an employee who is ‘quiet quitting’?
- How do you tell your manager that you’re burnt out?
- How do you talk to a manager who keeps on asking for more?
Some people call this newsmaking trend a healthy work-life boundary. Some call it burnout in the pandemic. It has been referred to as resistance to unhealthy working conditions and systematic biases and a problem caused by mismanagement—it is sometimes even considered a passive-aggressive disengagement. The answers may depend on circumstances.
Unlike previous Culture Chat programs, this virtual event will not be recorded to promote an open exchange. And that’s another reason to join in this important conversation.
Click here to reserve your virtual seat. There is no fee to attend, thanks to the sustained sponsorship of Dulye & Co., an impact-driven, leadership development and workforce engagement consultancy based in the Berkshires.