Take a step back from the stress of success.
Many successful, hardworking Americans experience burnout more than once during their careers, even people who are passionate about what they do. High performers can be obsessed with achieving excellence and exceeding results to the point of exhaustion. And when the candles are burning at both ends for too long, we do ourselves, our clients, and our team a disservice. Begin reducing stress by taking small steps to prevent overload burnout.
This episode addresses questions, such as:
- What is overload burnout?
- How does being overly stressed affect our teams and productivity?
- What can we do to monitor our burnout levels?
What's the difference between urgent and important? You will always feel about as busy as you are now, and as your career progresses you may even accumulate more responsibilities. Managing how time is spent is a challenge all leaders face. Determining what is important from what is urgent will help prioritize where time could be spent most effectively.
Periods of low-morale on the executive team are the ultimate silent killer, as leaders are often expected to keep everyone else motivated during the good and not-so-good times. Disengagement on a leadership team can cause an expensive, contagious ripple effect. Before the organization’s success is jeopardized, how can executive leaders recognize low-morale and make the necessary adjustments to boost their leadership team?