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If you don’t take care of yourself and your employees, the burnout will take a toll, and you could lose your employees to health concerns, or simply by forcing them to leave because of the insane workloads and pressures on them.
Burnout is a lack of self-accountability. Sounds harsh, but let’s dig deeper.
While non-profit positions can offer a lot of fulfillment, burnout is incredibly impactful in the social impact space.
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Self-care isn’t just about finding a way to unwind after a particularly rough day (or week or quarter) at the office, it can be about finding the motivation to succeed – and maybe even getting a promotion along the way.
People feel the constant demand to deliver and, as a result, are either burning out or leaving their professions altogether due to high stress and overwork.
Saving time as a business owner can be an opportunity to make more money, and this always makes it worth it.
Strong leadership demonstrates accountability.
— Eventually, some day, in the not too distant future, society will be allowed to return to their regularly scheduled duties. This includes for many of us, going back to our physical workplace. While it seems like an eternity since we’ve consumed the office coffee, or was in the same room with our colleagues, it’s…
These are challenging times for your employees (and for you as a leader, too.)
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It’s been over a month for me, and although I’ve been on this big round ball for 5 decades, it feels like it’s been going on forever.
The key thing to remind ourselves of in times like this, is that we can take this opportunity to slow down a little bit and get fine tuned on what we want in life.
We often lose sight of our childhood dream jobs as we get older.