Updated: Jun 21
What is the difference between stress and burnout?
How do you keep from missing the signs of burnout in your team and avoid throwing new hires to the wolves when everyone else on the team is burnt out?
What is the manager vs. the employee’s responsibility for managing burnout?
In this episode you’ll find the answers to these questions and more. We’ll discuss tools you can use to make sure you’re hiring the right people for your organization. We’ll talk about how you can utilize the strengths of the people you hire and distribute work evenly to make sure the people in your organization don’t burn out. Sharon Kitroser with Team Kat & Mouse outlines three ways to avoid burnout.
Give your team a voice
Meet with your team one-on-one.
Acknowledge the stress but don’t ONLY talk about the feelings
Sharon Kitroser is the Kat in Team Kat & Mouse. She has over 25 years' experience in media sales and management and has won many sales awards after a self-proclaimed midlife crisis. She entered the nonprofit sector where she learned to take her skills to a new level. She took her experience with ABC, Disney and CBS into a focused mission to bring nonprofit leadership, training, collaboration, and sponsorship to nonprofits, like the American Red Cross. LINKS To learn more about Team Kat & Mouse, click here. What I Learned about Training by putting my head through a windshield Episode 2 - What is Burnout? Episode 3 - 3 Things to Do Before You Go Back to Work Link Thinking Wavelength Assessment
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