By MICHELLE GIBBINGS
Leaders worry that if they slow down they will miss something, or simply not have enough time in the day to get everything done that demands their attention. Taking the foot off the accelerator doesn’t feel like an option.
By ANDREW GRIFFITHS
If we can eliminate, or at least reduce, the stresses identified above, we will naturally feel more energised and more positive about our life and our business, and that will encourage us to take better care of ourselves.
By PETER ECONOMY
Many of us strive to have jobs and careers that enrich us and give us meaning. But whether you absolutely love your work or not, there is always a chance that you may succumb to workplace burnout.
By CHRISTINE COMAFORD
As leaders, we are expected to be highly present, have clear and consistent insights, maintain significant levels of energy, and stay grounded regardless of circumstances. Yet, in today’s world of relentless change, this can be challenging. When’s the last time you focused on you? It’s not selfish; it’s...
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
Burnout often results from a misalignment of input and output; you get burnt out when you feel like you’re putting more into your work than you’re getting out of it. Here are some warning signs you need to recognise detect so that you’ll know when it’s time to take action.
By PREMA JAYABALAN,
"Tapau" lunch and eating in front of your computer? Or, too much on your plate that you're working through lunch hour and skipping your meal? Don't! Start incorporating these tips during lunch break for a more productive you.