Burnout is happening across all sectors - health care, business, education, tourism, and more. Staff shortages, more work to follow safety protocols, new procedures to address issues we didn't anticipate in our lifetime, and expectations as high as ever. People are tired, people are stressed, and workplace burnout is rapidly increasing.
Conversation. It's a word I hear in so many contexts these days. Dr. Henry (BC's Medical Officer of Health) refers to conversations she continues to have with her colleagues to manage the response to COVID-19.
Are you having the right conversations with your board to lead change effectively?
As leaders and organizations continue to face unprecedented change, board members have an important role to play in asking the right questions and engaging management in the right conversations to enable their organizations to realize the benefits of change.
'It isn't the changes that do you in, it's the transitions'. ~ William Bridges
Recently I facilitated a meeting with a senior leadership team about decision making. The key question was: Are you making the right decisions at the right level?