How Managers Can Prevent Burnout with Coaching

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So many people don’t like their jobs that “workin’ for the weekend” isn’t just an ‘80s hit song. It’s a sad fact of life for a lot of workers. According to a recent Gallop poll, 70 percent of people in the United States hate their jobs. It’s 85 percent worldwide. Lack of purpose and fulfillment from engaging and supportive jobs, work environments, and employers has caused a worldwide employee engagement crisis and leads to burnout.

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