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Employees can give extra effort for short periods of time but long-term exertion can lead to exhaustion and diminished interest.
When staff are burned out, problems seem insurmountable, everything looks bleak, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to care - let alone do something about the situation.
To prevent burnout:
You need to understand the signs of burnout and stop them before they become too large to handle. Look for signs in yourself and your staff.
If burnout does occur, spend time and energy on recovering from it.
Want to talk about burnout? Contact me Valerie.MacLeod@HainesCentre.com
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