A longevity mindset that promotes long-term success and well-being can help reduce burnout rates caused by the pandemic’s existential crisis.
The pandemic has caused burnout rates to increase, and it’s becoming a long-term issue. Factors like high workloads and uncertainty contribute to the problem, but it’s also linked to an existential crisis caused by the pandemic. A longevity mindset that promotes long-term success and well-being for the company and its employees can help reduce burnout rates. This approach involves promoting leadership that fosters a positive work environment, finding growth opportunities for employees, and measuring success in the long term. A longevity mindset can decrease stress levels, increase motivation, and decrease a sense of meaninglessness associated with burnout.