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By: Annamaria Garden

Burnout and the Mobilisation of Energy

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Burnout and the Mobilisation of Energy is a radical new book. Its main objective is to help working individuals or organisations to get out of burnout and keep out of it. Further, it helps them to activate or mobilise energy.

If you are burnt out or on the slippery slope to burnout, this book will transform you. If your organisation is blocked in terms of energy, this book can transform your organisation.

It is based on research, theory and practice. It clearly describes what burnout is and what it is not. It is not depression, stress, depersonalisation or anxiety. It is, however, based on a key symptom: an extreme form of energy depletion.

Two concepts explain the core findings: a Gestalt concept called an ‘introject’, and another that Carl Jung called ‘enantiodromia’. These elaborate terms help us identify what burnout is, what causes it and how to get out of it.

The book also focuses on mobilisation of energy in the organisation. Using a psychological framework, it illustrates what happens when organisations get psychologically mixed up. This leads to a feeling of spinning wheels and crossed wires.

Annamaria Garden is an independent organisational consultant. She has over twenty years’ experience in the field of organisational and personal transformation. She has experience running her own practice in London, gaining a reputation for being creative and leading edge. She has a PhD from MIT in Boston and served for nearly five years in the faculty of London Business School. She now lives in New Zealand and has authored five books.

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