Identify Potential Burnout on Your Team

Identify Potential Burnout on Your Team

Children's hospitals face one-of-a-kind challenges when it comes to managing the weight of the job. Help identify potential burnout on your team.
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Children’s hospitals face one-of-a-kind challenges when it comes to managing the weight of the job for teams. Varying schedules, job responsibilities and staff being spread out, sometimes on multiple campuses, can make it difficult for managers to assess the individual needs and work-life balance of their teams. As burnout continues to be a concern, supervisors must find new ways to broach the subject with their direct reports. Use this material to facilitate those conversations.

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