'Threat of burnout' | What can leaders learn from The Queen's return to work?

What can leaders learn from The Queen's return to work?

One of the biggest threats to the health of leaders is the misconception that they must always be a present fixture of the workplace. Whether at 11pm on a week night, or on weekends, the expectation for many is that they are present and willing to dedicate all of their waking hours to the direction of their business.

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