The Canadian Press

2022-01-17 | Leadership Burnout

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Experts say a growing number of business leaders are at risk of burning out. They say the pandemic has created a stressful and uncertain situation that's left many managers working longer hours while trying to support employees. Paula Allen, an executive with the human resources firm LifeWorks, says adrenalin helped many business leaders hustle through the first few waves of pandemic. But now she says some managers are exhausted from the tremendous strain of constantly pivoting and leading a team during a pandemic. (Allen says that exhaustion can lead to a loss of motivation and reduced efficiency, which can have a ripple effect throughout an entire workplace.--)

Date: 2022-01-17
Placeline: Undated.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the first wave was pretty scary and people but they were being buoyed up by adrenaline >>


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