Create a Culture That Keeps Employees Motivated
Here are few tips for preventing burnout, disengagement
Employee burnout is like an ebbing fire, according to Jodi Whiteman, co-director of professional development and workforce innovations at Zero to Three.
“We all come usually to our jobs with this intense feeling of excitement,” she said. “You’re kind of on fire—you want to dive in, you’re interested in the projects. But then if you don’t fuel that fire with oxygen—and all the things that a fire needs to keep burning—you have this depletion, and then the fire will eventually burn out.”
So, how can associations prevent employee burnout? The first step is to create an organizational culture that encourages their well-being.
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