Overcoming Burnout: It’s Not Just About Having More Resiliency

Three Ways To Build Business Resilience To Future-Proof Your Workforce

The past two years have been all about preparing for a remote and hybrid workforce, accelerating digital transformation, adopting automation and AI and building a resilient enterprise.

“Building a more resilient digital workplace requires organizations to look beyond their traditional tech ecosystem and embrace innovative technologies to drive business stability, customer satisfaction, employee experience and profits.”

Lakshmi Raj, co-founder and co-CEO of Replicon, a time intelligence company.

The next few years don’t seem like they’ll be any different. According to the results of a Gartner CFO survey, 74% of the respondents said that at least 5% of their previously on-site workforce would move to permanently remote positions. Global business leaders continue to modernize their legacy applications and move to the cloud to support this new remote and hybrid workforce…READ ON

Overcoming Burnout: It’s Not Just About Having More Resiliency

Most of us have experienced burnout at some point in our lives. Burnout can leave us feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and hopeless, whether it’s from work, school, or even a personal relationship. But what exactly is burnout? And how can we prevent it?

And while it’s important to acknowledge the genuine toll that burnout can take on our mental and physical health, it’s also important to remember that we’re not powerless in this increasingly common problem.

Burnout is caused by prolonged stress or a sense of overload. When we feel like we’re constantly running on empty, it’s hard to find the motivation to keep going. We may start to feel like our efforts are never good enough, leading to inadequacy and despair. If left unchecked, burnout can have severe consequences for our physical and mental health. So it’s essential to recognize the signs of burnout so that we can take steps to prevent it.

It’s no secret that we’re feeling a little burnt out lately. It’s easy to understand why burnout has become such a hot topic, from the never-ending stream of bad news to the constant stress of just trying to keep up with our day-to-day responsibilities. And while it’s important to acknowledge the genuine toll that burnout can take on our mental and physical health, it’s also important to remember that we’re not powerless in this increasingly common problem…READ ON

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