CNBC recently titled an article, "Companies prioritized mental health during Covid, so why are we still so burned out?" Is it realistic to believe that the manner in which they prioritized and for the window of time that they did would be enough to cure burnout? Employees and leaders continue to face uncertainty and challenges so it's going to require a more concerted effort and greater length of time in order to overcome the burnout that many have faced. In this week's video, find out how leaders can begin changing the culture through their own, personal efforts.
I recently shared that organizations have a hand in burnout and when those organizations take well-being seriously, their organizational performance is 2.5 times greater compared to those who don't. Leaders also have a hand in burnout. Because of the high degree of interaction they have with their direct reports, they absolutely impact employee engagement and retention, and much of it comes down to supporting their well-being. Here I share the most direct and effective action leaders can take to demonstrate that they care about employee well-being, to improve overall performance.
Not taking burnout seriously is one of the top three mistakes organizations are making today. Yet when they do take it seriously, their organizational performance is 2.5 times greater compared to those who don't. Here I share the most direct and effective action organizations can take to demonstrate that they care about employee well-being, to improve overall performance.
With the extreme pivot most organizations have made to working from home, virtual harassment is now a caution. Leaders must be aware of the boundaries between being authentic and vulnerable versus unprofessional and harassing.
No, I'm not making a nutritional statement that sandwiches are bad for you! I'm talking about the type of feedback you might be delivering - the sandwich type of feedback. Check out the video to find out more!
When you find yourself in a negative work culture, it can feel like it's poisoning you and everyone around you. But you don't have to live there. This video will show you how to tackle that toxic culture!
Whether you're on the receiving end, the one delivering the news or one of those on the sidelines, find out how to come out on the other side of layoffs.
I had first-hand experience with one of the worst things a leader could do. Want to avoid this mistake? Watch and listen to my story here.
Stop making assumptions and instead ask, "why." Find out more about the importance of this simple question and the impact it can have on your success.
Remember the television show "Leave it to Beaver?" Find out why I don't think you should ever be like the Cleaver's!