Burnout Podcast Ep 2: When We All Show Up Burned Out At Work
In this episode, we learn about how working conditions can contribute to burnout. We’ll also hear about what we can all do to redesign workplaces and help us take back some of our agency.
In March 2020, when the pandemic hit, Chris Smalls was an hourly worker at a warehouse in Staten Island. Today, he is the president of the Amazon Labor Union. In this episode, produced in collaboration with Lemonada Media, we learn about how working conditions can contribute to burnout in workplaces across America. We’ll also hear about what we can all do to redesign workplaces to avoid burnout.
Listen to Episode 2: When We All Show Up Burned Out At Work
Guided Meditations to Pair with this Episode of Burnout
1) A 12-Minute Meditation to Set the Tone for Your Leadership
2) A Focus Meditation to Foster Calm and Clarity
3) A 10-Minute Body Scan Meditation You Can Do at Your Desk
4) A 12-Minute Meditation to Reset for Tough Conversations
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