HashiCast Episode 17 - Burnout Special with Dawn Parzych, Jonny Leroy & Dr. Adam Formal
Jan 14, 2020
Join us as we discuss how you can recognize burnout, why it happens, what managers and leaders can do about it, and other resources that can help.
- Dawn ParzychDeveloper Advocate, LaunchDarkly
- Jonny LeroyHead of Technology for North America, Thoughtworks
- DFDr. Adam FormalClinical Psychology PhD, CASAC
In this episode, Rosemary Wang and Katie Reese talk about burnout with Dawn Parzych (Developer Advocate, LaunchDarkly), Jonny Leroy (Head of Technology for North America, Thoughtworks), and Dr. Adam Formal (Clinical Psychology PhD & Credentialed Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor).
Join us as we discuss how you can recognize burnout, why it happens, what managers and leaders can do about it, and other resources that can help. Katie Reese also provides an update with Bruce Dominguez from the Perth HashiCorp User Group.
What you need to know about burnout in open source communities: Opensource.com article written by Dawn Parzych mentioned in podcast.
DevOps is a solution to burnout worth investing in: The second part to article mentioned in the podcast, written by Dawn Parzych.
The Phoenix Project: Book mentioned by Rosemary and recommended by Jonny. A fictional story highlighting the mental and organizational shifts needed for DevOps.
Ashley McNamara - The Thing About Burnout: Ashley McNamara's keynote about burnout at All Things Open 2019.
The Machine that Changed the World: One of Jonny's book recommendations. A good introduction to LEAN, examining Toyota's revolution and the thinking behind it.
Let My People Go Surfing: Jonny's favorite business leadership and culture book. It is not directly DevOps or technology but still insightful.
Burnout is Officially Classified as ICD-11 Syndrome: An article outlining the World Health Organization's (WHO) classification of burnout.
ICD-11 Definition of Burnout: WHO definition of burnout.
Mental Heath in the Workspace: WHO information sheet with more details about mental health in the workplace.
Psychology Today: Resource Adam mentioned for additional education.
Metaphors We Live By: Adam mentioned two linguists, Lakoff & Johnson. One of Adam's favorite books.
- Katie ReeseCommunity Manager, HashiCorp
- Rosemary WangDeveloper Advocate, HashiCorp