Burnout is something that can creep in very slowly, without you even realizing it. It doesn’t matter what sector you work in – be it nonprofit, corporate or as an entrepreneur; if you are in a demanding and high-stress position for a long enough period of time, you are at risk of burning out. As someone who has experienced burnout firsthand (involving experiences working at nonprofit organizations, where I’ve never worked harder in my life), and now coaching some of my clients through severe burnout, I wanted to share some of the strategies and steps you can take in your work and life to recognize and prevent burnout from occurring in your leadership. 1. Make your actions purposeful Refl
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