- May 27, 2021
-- As a manager, you're constantly dealing with incompetent, unhappy and negative workers and trying to form them into a working team. You must define goals and determine how best to achieve them in less than ideal circumstances. As the Harvard Business Review has noted, managing people is "the most difficult administrative task, and it has built-in frustration. That frustration can -and does- cause many managers to burn out."Worse still, executive burnout can often lead to even bigger problems, like substance use disorders. SAMHSA has noted that of the " individuals employed in the management sector (e.g., business executives and other managers), 11.4 per cent had a diagnosis of a substance use disorder within the year prior to the survey. This was the sixth-highest rate of all the occupations surveyed." A demanding job that can cause a severe disconnect from the people close to an individual takes a severe toll on the psychological well-being of many executives.
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