Beating Burnout and Keeping Your Career on Track

There are obstacles that pop up every day that can stop us in our tracks both professionally and emotionally, unless we understand how to override beliefs that limit us and hold us back.

In-role executives must battle the unavoidable burnout which comes with our ultra connected world, and despite never getting adequate rest, they must attempt to ignore the all too common feelings of Impostor Syndrome while making these high-level business decisions. It’s enough to make anyone exhausted!

For executives who are in-search this is even more challenging because battling the external and the internal challenges without showing any strain is extremely difficult. Not only do they need to need to show up, they need to show up and present themselves in the best possible way, a great challenge when one is feeling internal strife.

While the challenge is great, it is not insurmountable!

ExecuNet’s Chief Storyteller, Tony Vlahos, was joined for a conversation on beating burnout and resiliency by Ami Nielsen. She is an executive life and career coach who works with high-achieving executives to overcome burnout and get their career and life back on track. It was quite an engaging conversation, sure to help anyone who is the least bit concerned about burnout. Check it out!



Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is ExecuNet's president and chief economist. An Arjay Miller Scholar, Mark received his MBA from Stanford University and a BA in economics from Yale University. He joined ExecuNet in 1993, with extensive marketing and new product and business development experience, having served as president and founder of A&M Associates, an investment management firm. Mark's corporate leadership experience includes several senior marketing and financial positions with RCA Global Communications (a GE subsidiary) and American Can Company.

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