Executive Isolation And Loneliness At The Top – And What To Do About It, JUN 1, 2020
January 1, 2020

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A study conducted by Harvard Business Review reveals that 50% of CEOs have reported feeling a sense of loneliness which held them back from delivering their best at work.

The constant stress of having to work extended hours to combat the crisis has left many experiencing fatigues. Executives should not keep their worries to themselves as it can lead to grave consequences.


Coupled with the extreme pressure, very few leaders I’ve spoken to have reported being able to spend more time with their families: they’re physically near, but their mind is on other things.

Nick Jonsson, managing director of EGN Singapore | Published on The Peak Magazine, JUNE 1, 2020


As seen in The Peak Magazine – <https://www.thepeakmagazine.com.sg/interviews/executive-isolation-nick-jonsson-egn/>

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