Are you a people-pleaser? How it could derail your career.

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Being a people-pleaser is one of 12 derailment factors that we talk about in the Women Rising program. It’s also one of 5 behaviours that significantly contributes to burnout and unfortunately, it impacts women in particular.

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3 Steps to Create Intentional Wellbeing (and Healthy Boundaries)

Like any important aspect of our life, creating and maintaining our wellbeing takes work, but it is arguably the most important work of our lives. We want to consciously create wellbeing with the actions that we take every single day, not just hoping for the best with random strategies. Here’s a simple 3-step process you can follow to become more intentional about your wellbeing.

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How to avoid end-of-year burnout (or recover if you’re already there).

Burnout has become a modern day epidemic and is an alarmingly common occurrence in workplaces that are increasingly fast-paced, complex and demanding more of people than ever before. Not only that, but technology has significantly blurred the lines between home life and work life, making it much harder to switch off in any meaningful way.

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The 5 behaviours that lead to burnout. Which one can you relate to?

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress, which has become an alarmingly common occurrence in workplaces today. It’s a widespread problem that we see across industries, organisations, countries, cultures and genders.

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The Surprising Truth About Stress

The last few years have seen a significant increase in the number of employees experiencing high levels of stress and being at risk of burnout. We know that this is an issue across all industries and genders, however research also shows that the impact on women is particularly severe.

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How to Deal With Being Overwhelmed

When you get to the point where you know that working longer and harder is not the answer, you need a different approach. Here are three steps you can put into immediate action next time you feel the cloud of overwhelm coming on.

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