The Five Warning Signs That Your Team Members Are Burning Out
If you are not able to
There is a difference between being stressed out and being burnt out.
I like to explain it like this.
Being stressed often involves too much – too many pressures, too many responsibilities, too many things to do, too many people to lead/look after/manage – all these things demand too much of you.
Burnout, on the other hand, is about not enough – feeling empty, alone, unable to perform, devoid of motivation, beyond caring.
When you’re burned out, problems seem insurmountable, everything looks bleak, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to care about yourself – let alone do anything about it.
As a leader, the very next skill you should fine
The Five Warning Signs of Team Member Burnout
1. Bickering and Sarcasm:
Once your team member’s start going down the slippery slope from being stressed out to
Burn-out impacts our ability to get things done in less time with
When your team members are not coping, they won’t / can’t come to work. When everything seems bleak, and it is hard to muster up any kind of positivity or enthusiasm, people will stay at home, and the impact this has on everyone else can be overwhelming.
Have you ever looked around the office and noticed how distracted or unengaged your people are? Presenteeism is defined as individuals being physically present at work, but due to ill-health, stress, overwhelm or exhaustion, they are not functioning at their full capacity.
5. Losing staff:
Your best staff will not stay in an environment that does not put their health and wellbeing first. It’s as simple as that. When there is such a talent shortage, you need to be doing everything you can to create a work environment that attracts, enthuses and retains the very best people within your industry.
How To Prevent (or rectify) Team Member Burnout
If you don’t
There are two strategies that you should put in place.
1. Create policies and frameworks within your workplace that allows your team members to look after themselves is the foundation of this. For example, what policy do you have about protecting your staff’s private time so they are not required to answer emails at ungodly hours? Is there an actual policy around this, or do you just expect everyone to know it and do it?
Do not cross your fingers and toes and hope that your best people will cope with what’s required of them.
Be proactive and put their health and wellbeing first.
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