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Video tip: Resilient leadership: How to avoid employee burn out

by Shannon Houde

Stress is inherent, but you have the power to decrease employee burn out and improve resiliency by practicing mindfulness.

Stay tuned for “How to practice mindfulness by using your tongue”!

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