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Seven Ways to Find New Energy at Work

Seek support to help battle long-term burnout

For the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on our work and on our lives. We've had to forgo the activities that energise us and make us feel productive and content at work, such as lunches and happy hours with colleagues and personal interaction with our teams.

"We have missed out on all that, and those losses have left us feeling exhausted and alone. We all need to make a bigger effort now to remain motivated and energised," said Jesmin Ehsan, ACMA, CGMA, business controller at Ericsson for Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, and Pacific Islands.

Loretta Outhwaite, ACMA, CGMA, is a managing consultant with 4OC, a London-based management consultancy that supports the UK public sector. She blames the pandemic's prolonged period of uncertainty around our health, our families, and our jobs for contributing to the burnout we are feeling.

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