HBR Article: Beating burnout

HBR Article: Beating burnout

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March 15, 2017

Is work leaving you exhausted? Are you feeling more cynical than ever before? Or maybe you’re starting to feel your skills slipping and it’s causing you to doubt yourself. All of these are contributing factors to burnout. 

Once you’re aware of the symptoms, and what’s causing them, there are some steps you can take that will help. In this Harvard Business Review article, author Monique Valcour shares her strategies for helping prevent burnout - both for yourself and your team. 

Drawing on 15 years of experience as a coach, researcher, and educator, Valcour says she has helped thousands of people manage the stress that can lead to burnout. If you’re burned out, or on the brink, access the article below for practical advice that Valcour says can launch you “into a more sustainable career and a happier, healthier life.” 

 

Beating burnout
By Monique Valcour

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