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Burnout is a state of exhaustion brought on by extended, repeated stress. It is most often caused by stress at work, but it can also manifest in other areas of life. Individuals experiencing burnout may feel emotionally, mentally, and even physically exhausted. They may feel cynicism or anger towards work and may feel less effective in their role.
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- Practical Frameworks for Beating BurnoutRoli explains how to recognize and combat burnout. • Tell-tale signs • Triggers and permissions • Your anti-burnout toolkit • The virtue of boundaries • Rocks and sand • Building a burnout-conscious workplace • The dividends
- How to know when to stopAndy provides a deeply personal story on the impact that a singular focus on success had on his health. He then provides a framework for evaluating your work and life goals, how to diagnose how close you are to burnout, and what to do about it: 1. Define your personal range of tolerance 2. Pick your career progression 3. Pick your life progression
- A Manager’s Guide to Helping Teams Face Down Uncertainty, Burnout and PerfectionismThis resource is long (somewhere between an article and a book) but worth it. Liz covers: • How To Calibrate Emotional Support Of Your Team — And Avoid Common Traps • How To Help Your Team Work Through Uncertainty: • How To Help Your Team Push Back Against Perfectionism • How To Help Your Team Beat Burnout