In the 24/7 newsroom world, it can be easy for leaders to get exhausted quickly. How can you keep across the constantly changing political world without coming home and crawling straight into bed, with a foreboding dread of the next day?
In this article, Jill Geisler offers management tips to help you and your team cope. “Good managers watch their people closely for signs of stress or burnout” she says. Ensuring journalists feel appreciated and encouraged to collaborate is important to making sure everyone works well.
Geisler includes this amongst her tips for avoiding dysfunction at work, based on lessons from America’s political system.
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