Stress isn’t always unhealthy. Stress, especially in high-impact positions, can spur individuals to higher levels of achievement. When managed effectively, stress can drive higher levels of day-to-day performance, keep individuals highly-engaged and produce a sense of urgency.
Burnout, on the other hand, is always unhealthy. Burnout causes shutdown, fuels disengagement and leads to a lack of motivation. When pressure accumulates and people aren’t able to rejuvenate, take a break or process repetitive stress, the result is burnout. It’s simply too much stress to manage.
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