Executives need to own up to their role in creating workplace stress that leads to burnout “” and create systems of addressing the same.
By MIRIAM CHEGE
Picture this. Your workload is always overwhelming regardless of your planning “” and prioritisation. You have tens of things that needed to have been done by yesterday. Every other time, you receive an additional call or email from your supervisor or co-managers of a new task that is to be completed by end of day. You also have several internal meetings to attend “” and from those there are more meetings to further discuss issues from the main meetings. This could be the scenario facing many supervisors “” and managers leading to burnout.Read More