Updated: Sep 30, 2022
Executive burnout is a growing problem.
The World Health Organization defines burnout as an occupational phenomenon that results from chronic workplace stress and is accompanied by energy depletion and exhaustion, negative feelings toward the job, and reduced professional efficacy.
A 2021 Verizon Media and Made of Millions global survey reported that 66% of managers suffered from burnout and 76% are overwhelmed managing their people.
A 2021 study by Leadership IQ found that 67% of leaders agree they have been less productive because of burnout.
In addition, 65% agree they’ve made mistakes because of burnout.
According to the 2021 Prialto Executive Productivity Report, 63% are overwhelmed with administrative tasks, and only 44% are getting the recommended six-to-nine hours of sleep, indicating that many are overworked and not well rested
There is a growing need for CEOs and senior executives to make their wellbeing a top priority but with all the pressures leaders are already facing, it can seem daunting to figure out a path forward.
I partner with executives to address the root causes of their mental, emotional and physical burnout symptoms.
With data-driven and personalized wellbeing programs, they are able to fully recover and thrive on every level, typically exceeding their previous capacity levels.
When we feel better, we do better.
When we feel much better, our capacity to positively impact our people, profits and productivity yields exponential results.
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