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Avoiding Leadership Burnout

Keithen Washington on how to prevent burnout as a leader

By | Keithen Washington |

As a leader, especially through a global pandemic, you must be proactive about managing your stress. When stress is left unchecked, it can lead to burnout. Burnout is a workplace “phenomenon” that occurs due to chronic stress. Fortunately, there are many ways you can avoid burning out as leader. Here are some tips. 

  1. Delegate effectively

As a leader, you need to get used to delegating. Too many leaders assume that they are the best ones to every task. This mindset will inevitably lead to burnout. Instead of assuming you are the best person for every job, train your team members to take on some of your responsibility. There should only be a handful of tasks that must be done by you, and that’s where you should focus the majority of your efforts.

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