Managing Time and Energy Wisely

A sixth strategy to become an excellent manager is to use your limited time and energy wisely. Gallup reports that almost two-thirds of workers worry about “professional burnout.” To boost your energy level and your team members, tap into “five energy drivers”. The amount of energy you have during your waking hours depends on factors like sleep, relaxation, and mental mini-breaks. Make sure to get at least seven hours of good sleep nightly, practice yoga and meditation to help calm you for sleep, and engage in activities that reduces stress and promotes relaxation such as deep breathing and mental mini-breaks. Additionally, keep learning new things to keep your mind active and build energy.

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