Contreras, Colleen
June 2007
NAFE Magazine;Summer2007, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p26
The article offers a number of tips for women executives for overcoming burnout. The author suggests to reach out to other employees to have the opportunity to engage new and different perspectives. She also asserts the importance of scheduling breaks. In addition, the author advises to celebrate small victories and reset expectations.


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