The Importance of Wellbeing and Understanding burnout within Finance

  • 25 July 2024
  • Webinar
Event Details

Join us for an insightful webcast in partnership with The Manchester Metropolitan University and ICAEW, 'The Importance of Wellbeing and Understanding burnout within Finance' on Thursday 25th July., 13:00 BST.

In the world of financial services, professionals often find themselves dealing with high-pressure environments that can lead to burnout and decreased wellbeing. This webcast explores the importance of prioritising mental and physical health within the financial services sector and provides strategies to maintain wellbeing and prevent burnout.

Our expert panel will look at the specific challenges that can impact wellbeing and how they can be addressed.

Key topics covered include:

  1. Recognising Burnout: Understanding the signs and symptoms of burnout, including emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and reduced effectiveness, within the context of financial services.
  2. Building Resilience: Exploring techniques to build resilience. This includes practical advice on managing workloads, setting boundaries, and the importance of supportive networks.
  3. Promoting Work-Life Balance: How to achieve a healthy work-life balance, emphasising the importance of down time in sustaining wellbeing.
  4. Organisational Support: Examining the role of employers in fostering a culture of wellbeing.
  5. Career Longevity: Tips for maintaining long-term career satisfaction and fulfilment in financial services by aligning personal values with professional goals.
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Dr. Iwi Ugiagbe-Green

Dr. Iwi Ugiagbe-Green

Manchester Metropolitan University | Reader


Iwi has worked in higher education for over 20 years in wide range of professional services and academic roles. She is a Fellow of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and completed an Executive MBA in 2010.  She worked as both a management and financial accountant for nearly a decade and wanted to be a Finance Director, before her heart took her into the brilliant world of accounting education.  

She is currently a Reader in the Accounting, Banking & Finance department and the department lead on Postgraduate Employability.  Her current research focuses on intersectionality issues impacting on the racialised experiences of students in the academy, with particular focus on student transition from higher education to the graduate labour market and closing degree awarding gaps.


Date & Time

Thursday 25th July 2024

13:00 - 14:00 BST

Booking Details

To book your place click here.

If you have any questions, or difficulty registering, please contact [email protected].