When the term "burnout" is heard, most people say it is caused by working long hours or taking on too many responsibilities. Certainly, extended hours and an excess of duties both play a role in burnout, but the causes and effects are a bit more complex. Burnout encompasses not only … Read more about What are the Symptoms of Burnout?
Burnout and depression are like the chicken and the egg – it’s difficult to tell which one came first. Are you feeling depressed because you’re burned out at work? Or, are you feeling burned out at work because you’re depressed? Executive burnout is a tricky issue to spot, but it is an … Read more about Executive burnout, depression and addiction: Some things to know
In 2018, 595,000 people in the U.K. alone suffered from workplace stress. Executive stress and burnout are ever-rising issues in today’s workplace but recognising the signs and symptoms can sometimes be tricky. After all, is burnout a feeling of exhaustion? Is it a feeling of apathy? Or … Read more about Executive stress: How to tell if you’re close to burning out
The average person will spend 90,000 hours at work throughout their lifetime, and much of that time is positive. It’s where we make new friends or find new love, it’s where we find fulfilment and purpose, and it’s what lets us afford a Sunday morning coffee or a Tuesday night pizza. Work is good … Read more about 6 ways to handle stress, burnout and anxiety in the workplace