Your organization is committed to fostering a positive, supportive culture at work. But despite your best efforts, burnout at work has left your staff and leadership increasingly exhausted, irritable, unmotivated, and withdrawn.
Researchers estimate that mental exhaustion and workplace stress cost the global workforce $1 trillion in lost productivity every year. Passionate employees and leaders are committed to driving results, and that motivation has led them to new career opportunities and successes. But their
seemingly endless dedication also makes them susceptible to burnout in the workplace, and 60% of executives reported feelings of burnout (a number that has increased across all industries during the pandemic).
You know that helping these team members embrace an appropriate work-life balance will increase productivity and job satisfaction. More importantly, you understand that supporting your staff and leadership team will improve their mental and physical wellbeing.
And that means finding ways to reduce and prevent burnout so your staff – and your business – can thrive now and in the long term.