The secret key to overcoming burnout as a leader
Research shows that the rate of stress and burnout in the Australian workforce is increasing. Australian workers are some of the most burnt out in the world, according to a recent study by Adecco. As uncertainty ramps up its certainty, your ability to lead your team to deliver the business outcomes required is likely to be rocked about – yet the expectations on you continue to increase. Combined with resource shortages, returning to the office, hybrid working and the continued impacts of Covid on businesses, it’s no wonder that many teams are feeling drained. While you may think wellbeing initiatives…Read The secret key to overcoming burnout as a leader
How do you get leaders to take responsibility for their team’s wellbeing?
70% of employees feel that their organisations are not doing enough to promote wellbeing in the workplace, with a lack of support from their leaders being the number one cause for professional burnout, according to a recent survey on workplace burnout by Deloitte So what can you, as a leader do to promote wellbeing and reduce feelings of burnout and overwhelm in your team? 1. Improve workplace culture Recent research shows that 1 in 3 employees do not feel comfortable taking vacation time. Not only that, but changes in workplace situations means more and more people are working from home,…Read How do you get leaders to take responsibility for their team’s wellbeing?