Competent CEO’s Know these 6 Causes of Job Related Burnout

A podcast interview discussion of the important and costly business topic of job related burnout.

Deb Ingino of Strength Leader.

Deb Ingino of Strength Leader.

Just recently I was honored to be a guest on the Strength Leader podcast with host Deb Ingino. We discussed the important and costly business topic of Job Related Burnout. In the interview I shared information on the six major mismatches between the job and employee every competent CEO must know and address in order to reduce costs, retain talent and produce a superior product or service and thus increase profits and customer satisfaction.

The Six Major Job-employee Mismatches which Cause Job Related Burnout Are:

  • Work Overload
  • Lack of Control
  • Insufficient Reward
  • Breakdown of Community
  • Absence of Fairness
  • Conflicting Values

Listen in for more information on these mismatches and what you can do about them to improve your business and your bottom line.

The Strength Leader Podcast

The show host, Deb Ingino, is the CEO of Strength Leader Development. A highly sought-after executive mentor, consultant and speaker worldwide, Deb is well versed in business operations and in the importance of asking key questions most business leaders won’t ask themselves. She brings deep experience in leadership development, strategy, high performance team building, global operations, brand management, design, product development and training to her work. Her passion is for leading people to discover and maximize their strengths as well as those of fellow team members, while offering advanced strategies to achieve high performance. Deb is a founding partner with her mentor, the renowned leadership expert John C. Maxwell and she is a coach and speaker on Maxwell’s global team.

Please, click on the link below to listen in on this episode of the Strength Leader podcast and take away some information I know you will find helpful to your organization.

6 Mismatches That Cause Burnout




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