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What Burnout Is and Why It Isn’t Confined To The Occupational Sphere

Workplace Psychology

Burnout has become serious enough that the World Health Organization (WHO, 2019) included it in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon, though not a medical condition. Finding solutions to the problem of burnout.

Leading Across the Divide: Organizational Culture and Context


But effective leadership doesn’t rest within the individual. The best leaders know that their leadership approach is as contextual as it is personal. Organizations in this category build success by promoting human development and creating high individual commitment. 2001).


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Bob Weiler of Brimstone Consulting: “Encourage your team to take time off to recharge”

Thrive Global

Encourage your team to take time off to recharge. to let people know that not only is taking time off OK, but also that it is a priority. As a part of our series about the five things you need to successfully manage a remote team, I had the pleasure of interviewing Bob Weiler.

Talia Dashow: “Celebrate Your Wins”

Thrive Global

This means noticing when we do something brave, or trustworthy, or new, or exceptionally well. We need to do some intentional work to move our minds away from the negative and towards the positive. As a part of this series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Talia Dashow.

Susan Kavanaugh of KavCom Conscious Communications: “Be authentic”

Thrive Global

In other words, offer up as much of your authentic self to the people who report to you as possible. As a part of my series about about how leaders can create a “fantastic work culture”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Susan Kavanaugh. Ok, lets jump to the main part of our interview.

Creating an Impactful Culture - A View of NUMMI From the Inside


During my formative working life I was very fortunate to be able to work at the NUMMI plant for six years. For those not familiar with NUMMI, the joint-venture was born in an old General Motors Fremont, CA, plant. GM wanted to understand the effective Toyota Production System, and Toyota wanted to see how that system could work with U.S. I realized while I was working there that the experience was the equivalent of a second Master’s degree. About the Author.