Leadership Burnout Assessment

I wish to point you to a helpful leadership burnout assessment that will assist you to objectively evaluate your own situation.

Burnout is all too common amongst leaders, executives and professionals. The more you can understand about job burnout, the better armed you are to deal with it. Hopefully we can prepare you for avoiding burnout altogether.

The Overload Assessment is located here:

http://gewood.com/burnout-self-assessment.html

Print it off and complete it, then compare score results with the provided commentary. And if you need to take action … take it.

The leadership burnout assessment consists of a substantive list of reported symptoms common to burnout.

We offer this only as a tool to give you further insight. It does not provide a diagnosis or anything of that nature. Rather, it simply provides you with insight to assist you in making good decisions about your job, career, health and well-being.

As an Executive Coach, I have worked with many leaders over the years who are experiencing overload or burnout. Interestingly someone once referred to me as North America’s Beat Burnout Coach for leaders. Interesting indeed. I’ve actually used the moniker from time to time.

Seriously, burnout often goes hidden amongst leaders because … frequently and sadly … it would not be understood or responded to well by others. In my mind and from my experience with leaders, it is (with thanks to Al Gore) the second inconvenient truth.

If you have concerns about yourself and your situation, do the Overload Assessment and take action to reach a solution. Take responsibility for your own situation and well-being. Others will have to play catch-up.

Whether dealing with burnout, planning a new initiative or refocusing the organization on priorities, sometimes one conversation can change everything. If you think a conversation might be of benefit to you, one or your leaders or your organization, I invite you to contact me.