Whether we like it or not, pandemic life has become our new normal: It continues to affect the way we live, work, educate our children, and more. With infection rates steadily rising nationwide and predictions of more viral outbreaks in the fall, it looks like quarantine measures are here to stay, at least for now.
First, being burned out and being stressed out are not the same thing. Being burned out is not the same as dealing with depression. Being stressed out can lead to being burned out and being burned out can lead to depression.
Shifting responsibilities, communication issues, new policies to implement; there are often more complications than actual tasks in any given day. We refer to these in our team workshops as our “Ninja Stars.”