Your most important goal: make a BIG difference in this hurting world.

But… are you exhausted?

Why do driven, super-competent, service-hearted professionals quit?

Burnout can destroy your passion and drive so completely, you contemplate leaving your field forever. Unless… 

You can find a path to resilience and re-engagement. Work with Beth Genly, of Burnout Solutions, to build the path that fits your own service-hearted drive.

Beth’s Most Sought-After Keynotes and Workshops

  • When the Going Gets Tough:
    How to keep driving your productivity, innovation and teamwork, without driving yourself into the ground!
  • Reduce Errors and Injuries:
    Build engagement while removing safety risks
  • Protect Your Investment:
    End burnout’s hidden drain on your bottom line

Other topics available; contact us for more.

About Beth Genly, MSN:

After earning her master’s from Yale University, Beth served on the master’s nursing faculty at Oregon Health & Science University. Beth has seen how burnout erodes the bottom line. Beth understands how it feels to work in a high-pressure, high-stakes field, and how empty you feel when burnout robs you of your passion. Take action with Beth to implement the Burnout Shield system; renew your engagement and drive.

Beth Genly has been interviewed on:

  • KATU Channel 2 News, Portland OR
  • “Health is Wealth,” on Oahu TV 55
  • Culturama on CCTV, Salem, Oregon
  • Perspectives on MCTV, Portland, Oregon

Beth has spoken to enthusiastic audiences at:

  • Project Management Institute, Portland, OR
  • Hope Orthopedics of Oregon
  • American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) chapters in Eugene and Portland, OR
  • Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, Portland, OR
  • National University of Natural Medicine, Portland, OR
  • Perinatal Professionals’ Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Chapters of Toastmasters, BNI, Rotary International and Soroptimist International

Beth is proud to be one of the nurses featured on Nursing, A Work of Heart, a video produced by the Juice Plus+ Company as a tribute to all nurses.

Beth taught graduate-school classes at:

  • Yale University School of Nursing
  • Oregon Health and Science University School of Nursing

Seriously useful to my life. Thank you.

Audience member

Wonderful! Personable and warm presenter; great real-life examples and such valuable information; extremely helpful for me personally, as well as applying it to my workforce.

Conference Attendee