Burnout Is Real. Here Are Five Strategies to Manage It

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I recently checked in with a few colleagues to ask, “How are you doing… really?” While I had hoped they’d found a new, better groove amidst pandemic living, I was surprised by how many were either exactly where they were a year ago, mentally and emotionally speaking, and some even worse.One accentuated this latter point by sharing:“I’m still exhausted.

It’s going on 14 months. I’m worried about… everything. And I still don’t feel secure with my job.”My friend is a high-performing leader who’s survived multiple rounds of layoffs in the oil and gas industry.

Her husband was laid off at the beginning of the crisis; her kids have suffered from lack of connection in their virtual learning environment.

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