Are we suffering from burnout as a result of post-pandemic? Harvard Business Review offered these six red flags to spot signs of burnout culture:
Unfortunately, we notice the signs when it is too late. Missing out on achieving results, loss of productivity, and talent. How can we be smart about spotting the signs of a burnout culture before it is too late?
Developing your coaching skills and eventually a coaching culture at work will support and empower your team to respond to challenges more effectively, as well as improve trust at the workplace.
Take time to ask what the team member would like to achieve, or help them find the energy that might be lacking and stopping them achieve their goals and flourish. “Use GROW to become a coach-like leader” referencing a previous contribution.
Studies show that reducing burnout leads to:
In a previous contribution to MaltaCEOs entitled ‘7 tips to become an empowering CEO that inspires performance‘ I had given some practical tips you can practice to be the inspiring leader. I am recalling a few of those tips you can act to reduce the chances or identify burnout in your team:
What’s one way you’ll commit to reducing burnout for your team today?
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