“Establish basic working norms.”

That pull quote above is from this article, which is actually a cool gender-driven look at burnout, but also falls into the predictable business journalism bucket whereby a bunch of things are proposed that would never even remotely happen in most organizations. This quote above is a good example of some of those things.

I think in general most of us know we need both — and BOTH is important here — formal…

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