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Your team members have been acting differently since your company went through a challenging acquisition. Or after weeks of back-to-back fire drills, your top-performing employees are producing lower-quality work. You’ve noticed that there’s been an uptick in requests for sick days. Your team members seem disengaged during meetings. Unfortunately, all of these could be the early signs of team burnout.
Burnout is quite common in today’s workplace. Two-thirds of full-time workers report experiencing burnout on the job, and it’s a phenomenon that impacts employees across all industries and roles – not just people in senior