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Burning the Midnight Oil is not Burning Out: The real link between burnout and job performance

Key Points: Burnout is a multi-dimensional concept, that is not about working long hours. Job performance suffers when people experience burnout, and there are stronger performance impacts for feelings of inefficacy. Organizational interventions to support well-being and curb burnout need to focus on the measurement of burnout and how it may affect various occupations differently.
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Turnover: Decoding It’s Effects on Performance

Key Points: Relationship between turnover rates and organizational performance is significant and negative. Voluntary and reduction-in-force (RIF) turnover have more negative impact than involuntary turnover rates in the context of organizational performance. We have been going through a tough job market with lots of uncertainties: Covid lockdowns, rising and waning inflation, disruption of supply chains,
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Effective Coaching Methods: Not all coaching is created equal or is it?

Key Points: Coaching approaches that are rooted in psychological theories show a positive impact on coaching outcomes. More tools in our toolbox are better than one. Integrative coaching approaches are likely to yield the most impact on coaching outcomes. As coaching becomes increasingly popular and more accessible as a development intervention in the workplace –
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Workplace Coaching: What Does the Evidence Say and Does it Work?

Key Points: 1. Workplace coaching is an impactful developmental intervention, it has an even greater impact for females and those more removed from the organizational setting. 2. Certified, evidence-based coaches, with a background in behavioral science will yield the greatest impact regardless of the number of sessions – benefits are realized regardless of how many
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