Looking after your Wellbeing Resources

Burnout isn’t good for anyone. In fact, researchers have cited that “burnout represents an erosion of the human soul that spreads over time, putting people into a downward spiral from which it’s hard to recover”. Preventing team burnout is a leadership responsibility.
Burnout isn’t good for anyone, least of all a leader. Even for the most driven and committed leaders, energy and enthusiasm levels have a shelf-life and nobody wants their energy to expire.

Looking after your Wellbeing

Looking after your wellbeing is a critical skill for achieving success in personal and professional contexts. Good wellbeing managers are able to prioritise self-care, manage stress effectively, and cultivate healthy habits. Effective wellbeing management involves developing a healthy routine, engaging in regular exercise and mindfulness practices, and seeking out support when needed. Good wellbeing managers also recognise the importance of work-life balance and a supportive community. With the right mindset and strategies, anyone can become a skilled wellbeing manager and achieve optimal physical and mental health.