Burnout — which the Mayo Clinic defines as a state of physical, emotional, or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about one’s competence and work value — continues to affect the global workforce as the pandemic moves into its third year. While some businesses have attempted to address burnout with company-wide initiatives, managers are the ones who have to shoulder much of the responsibility for preventing it.
Now, here’s the good news: You can help your teams combat burnout. This workbook offers managers key strategies and support, including:
- Tips for recognizing burnout in their employees
- Guidance on identifying the causes of burnout
- Exercises for helping employees — and managers — overcome burnout