Tag Archives: Burnout

Incorporate 15-Minute Breaks for Better Performance

On adrenaline-charged days, when you’re completely focused, tearing through your to-do list and racking up accomplishments, the last thing you want to do is slow down. You might even worry that if you take a break, you’ll lose momentum and won’t regain your stride. But, research tells us otherwise. Studies show that we have a

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How companies can protect their high performers from burnout

A five-year study in the UK found that the mental health of 20% of the top performing leaders of UK businesses is affected by corporate burnout. It’s easy to blame burnout on the high performers themselves. After all, the stereotype is that these overachievers say yes to more work even when they’re already at capacity.

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Burnout at Work Isn’t Just About Exhaustion. It’s Also About Loneliness

More and more people are feeling tired & lonely at work – this is having an impact not just on individuals but organizations too. The General Social Survey of 2016 shows, that 50% of people across professions are burnt out. There is a significant correlation between feeling lonely and work exhaustion: The more people are exhausted, the

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