Burnout – which the Mayo Clinic defines as a state of physical, emotional, or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about one’s competence and work value – has only seemed to grow among the global workforce as the pandemic continues into its third year. While some businesses have attempted to address burnout with company-
wide initiatives like mental health days, managers are the ones who have to shoulder much of the responsibility for preventing burnout. But, fortunately, it’s possible to bounce back from burnout, and managers can be instrumental in helping their employees do so. Use this workbook to learn how to spot burnout in your employees and help them overcome it.