As the world becomes increasingly virtual and the boundaries between work and home increasingly blurred, this is perfect time to become intentional around using time for energy.
Burnout is a reaction to prolonged or chronic job stress characterized by exhaustion, a loss of connection with work and feelings of reduced professional ability.
While many companies provide employee wellness resources, low usage or access rates due to the stigma surrounding mental health can reduce their effectiveness.
Mindfulness training can help remote employees manage their mental and emotional well-being “before it manages them,” preventing burnout and maximizing productivity and engagement.
Preventing and managing stress at work requires effort at the corporate level.
Effectively dealing with feelings of overwhelm and overload to reclaim productivity requires a pivotal mindset shift from additive to reductive.
How can training managers stay focused, feel supported and deliver virtual training successfully while stress continues to increase?
Companies, leaders and managers are often accused of thinking more about the bottom line than they do their own employees. Unfortunately, this criticism stems from a bit of truth — but it doesn’t have to be true for you or your organization.
Routines existing prior to COVID-19 are gone, and workdays often go from early in the morning to late at night, with burnout emerging as a legitimate concern.
It is important to help leaders expand their understanding of demotivation so that they can move beyond blaming employees and examine how they can either prevent this problem from happening or deal with it effectively.