Caught between the demands of employees and leadership and saddled with a growing list of responsibilities, over four in 10 managers strongly agree that they have multiple competing priorities. That same portion of middle managers reports experiencing burnout. At the same time, managers remain tremendously important for employee job satisfaction and wellbeing.

To better support its managers, this year, Adobe launched its Leader Experience program, aimed at giving them “what they need exactly when they need it,” says Brandon Clark, Adobe’s global head of talent development. Here’s an excerpt from a recent conversation with Clark about the program, edited for length and clarity:

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