End Burn Out Launches a New Program to Combat Work Related Stress, in a live webinar on November 13th

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New complete and holistic program launched to help people manage work related stress and prevent and care for burn out.

This experience is what motivated me to bring this new program to market. I am committed to helping organizations empower their staff and benefit from increased productivity and ROI. - Nadia Vincent, CEO End Burn Out.

As part of a major new product development End Burn Out have launched their new program with the same name “End Burn Out” to combat work related stress. End Burn Out comes as well with a corporate package called the Energized Corp Program for employers who want to sponsor their employees. To learn more about this program, please watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irkcx5MlmiE

Work related stress is a major issue for many organizations. According to a study by Harris Interactive for Everest College in 2013, 83% of American workers said they felt stressed out by their jobs. This figure rose from 73% in the previous year.

The Energized Corp program is designed for organizations to help them combat this highly damaging phenomenon of modern-day living. Energized Corp is a complete self-help program dedicated to helping people manage stress and change in their life so they can improve their work-life balance and workplace performance.

The program offers corporations around the world the opportunity to:

  •     Reduce costs related to stress and burn out
  •     Increase ROI with better productivity and performance

"A Global IT Management Consultant for almost 20 years, I have personally experienced the crippling effects of work related stress and burn out. During that time I was unable to find the help that I needed. This experience is what motivated me to bring this new program to market. I am committed to helping organizations empower their staff and benefit from increased productivity and ROI," Nadia Vincent, CEO End Burn Out.

End Burn Out are running a free webinar designed to give individual and organizations the opportunity to discover more about the latest scientific discoveries in stress management, burn out prevention and performance improvement.

The webinars will feature three highly respected and influential speakers:
Lisa Nichols – CEO of Motivating the Masses, one of the top training and development companies in the world, a best-selling author of six books and one of the most sought-after transformational speakers whose global platform has reached and served millions.
Mark Waldman – one of the world’s leading experts on communication, spirituality and the brain. Mark is on the faculty at Loyola Marymount University’s College of Business and the Holmes Institute. Mark has authored 12 books. His research has been published throughout the world in publications such as Time, Forbes and the New York Times.
Dr Srini Pillay – award-winning author and world-renowned Harvard Psychiatrist, brain scientist and Professor widely sought-out by the media. He is voted Top 20 Mover and Shaker in Leadership Development in the World in 2013 by Training Industry.

End Burn Out is scientifically proven and brings together the latest brain science discovery and cutting edge technology to allow for deep inner intervention and self-help. By empowering staff to regain control and learn how to manage stress, corporations will benefit from a more productive workforce and increased ROI.

Register for the webinar here - http://goo.gl/7rQvtc

About End Burn Out
The End Burn Out program has been designed and created by Nadia Vincent. A Global IT Management Consultant for almost 20 years Nadia has observed and experienced first-hand the crippling effect which workplace stress can have on productivity. For she could not find a holistic solution on the market, she teamed with experts internationally to create the first sustainable and radical solution.

For more information please visit http://www.endBurnOut.com or email marketing(at)endBurnOut(dot)com

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