In the process of moving past burnout, there’s something very important to note. Just because you’ve burnt out already, doesn’t mean it won’t happen again.
Anyone can feel burnout, from entry-level employees to seasoned vets and members of the C-suite. However, when it comes to burnout resolution, the approach must come from the top.
Without proper management, one overworked employee’s tasks can fall into the lap of another overworked employee. And without proper support from the rest of the team, the substitute teammate can also fall victim to burnout.
Hustle culture: two words fueled by burnout. To nurture a safe environment for employees, the toxicity of hustle culture must be addressed.
At this point, you’re probably wondering if you can prevent burnout in the first place. The short answer is, yes, you can.
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