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How to Recognize Burnout in Your Employees
Burnout is a prolonged response to chronic emotional and interpersonal stress on the job, and is defined by the three dimensions of exhaustion, cynicism, and inefficacy. Often the first sign of burnout is a feeling of being emotionally exhausted from one’s work. When asked to describe how she or he feels, such employees suffering burnout might mention feeling drained or used up and mentally (emotionally) as well as physically fatigued. Possible organisational causes are: Lack
Business development, sales , marketing, new product development, conflicts, resolutions, interviews , monthly/weekly performance reporting, there are lots of reasons for which you will have to attend meetings. Managers especially spend most of their time on meetings which is inevitable. The fact that meeting room is a shared space means that those who participate in meeting have to be cognizant of other member’s schedules and needs. In addition, there are certain etiquette or rules one
The term Work culture is normally termed as organisational couture in wide sense. Organisation culture experts like Watson (2006) emphasizes that the concept of culture originally derived from a metaphor of the organisation as something cultivated. The ultimate act of leadership is also to destroy the culture if it is producing desired results of achieving objectives or if it is dysfunctional. Culture gives an organisation an identity and determines: The way things are done around