by Scott Peltin
Too often we seem to find ourselves reading about the epidemic of executive burnout. It’s a popular topic: it raises eyebrows, and sounds alarm bells. In my previous life as a firefighter and fire brigade leader, I was all too aware of the news value of a raging fire. Now, after 10 years of working with top executives, leaders, professional athletes, and even special forces soldiers, I realise that burnout is only a small part of the story.
You could put most corporate executives on a performance continuum. On the far left is a group that . . .
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