b'DOUSING WORKPLACETHE ART OF CARING LEADERSHIPBURNOUTA recent report indicated that more than half of employees plan to leave organizations that Burnout has become one of thefail to improve the employee experience, company culture, diversity, and inclusion. After most talked about workplaceinterviewing leaders and facilitating workshops, Heather Younger shares five steps from her topics, and its impact is far book The Art of Caring Leadership to mastering the art of caring leadership:reaching. The 24/7 pace of work, constant1. Make employees feel important.demands, and scant resources can put2. Look for greatness in those you lead. busy professionals on a path to burnout.3. Lead the whole person.Burnout affects the4. Create a listening culture. health and5. Provide employees with safe spaces.wellbeing of(Source: Inc. Magazine)the entire organization. In Beating Burnout at Work: Why Teams Hold the Secret to Well-Being and Resilience (Wharton School Press), author Paula Davis, founder of the Stress and Resilience Institute, offers a sciencebacked toolkit that takes a wholistic approach to burnout prevention. Sharing stories from her work coaching, teaching, and training leaders and teams of all sizes, Davis helps leaders create cultures of wellbeing and resilience in their organizations.FAITH ON THE FINAL JOURNEY To be human is to suffer, even if only at the end of life. When the dark moments arrive, we often question why the God we know in good health seems absent in pain. Author Randy Brewer spent 10 years battling cancer and wrote In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Honest Conversations from Lifes Final Journey (Big Snowy Media) as he neared the end of his final journey. The blog entries chronicle his grapple with the large questions of life, and why God didnt heal him. Brewers journey gives readers permission to ask their own hard questions, offering a vibrant hope even in the midst of darkness.JULY/AUGUST 2021 WWW.CITYGATENETWORK.ORG 51'