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How to combat manager burnout

Managers are increasingly burned out. Their levels of stress, physical wellbeing, and work-life balance have been worse than those of the people they manage—and new Gallup data show that gap widening even further.

How to combat manager burnout

Book Briefing

The best work and management books of the past year

We've read more than 10,000 pages to cover 41 books this year. Here are our recommendations and takeaways.

The best work and management books of the past year


Workplace Summit takeaways: What kind of leaders we need now

How researchers, executives—including the CEOs of Slack, LinkedIn, GoFundMe, and The New York Times—and others answered the question: “What kind of leader do I need to be now?”

Workplace Summit takeaways: What kind of leaders we need now

Book Briefing

'Bias Interrupted' by Joan C. Williams: Small tweaks that add up to more inclusive workplaces

The new book 'Bias Interrupted' spells out how a series of small changes to an organization’s practices can make it more inclusive.

'Bias Interrupted' by Joan C. Williams: Small tweaks that add up to more inclusive workplaces


Interview

How to fix your performance reviews and address bias in feedback

An interview with Julia Taylor Kennedy, executive vice president of Coqual, about the think tank's research into bias in performance reviews.

How to fix your performance reviews and address bias in feedback

Book Briefing

'Impact Players' by Liz Wiseman: How to become invaluable to your boss and colleagues

What research says about the behaviors and mindsets of successful “impact players.”

'Impact Players' by Liz Wiseman: How to become invaluable to your boss and colleagues