Ryan Renteria on How to Create a Culture of Optimized Wellbeing
In a recent 2023 survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, findings revealed a notable surge in workplace burnout, with 77% of employees experiencing it —a marked increase from the 61% reported in 2018. The study highlighted higher burnout rates among women (83%) compared to men (66%), as well as a prevalence among younger workers (85%) in contrast to their older counterparts (70%).
Is it possible to be great at everything that matters most to us, without missing on our wellbeing?
About this episode guest: Ryan Renteria
Ryan brings nine years of experience from Goldman Sachs and prominent hedge funds to his profile. He holds a BA in economics from Stanford University and is the author of the book 'Lead without Burnout: Growth with Less Stress for You and Your Team.' Additionally, Ryan is the founder of Stretch Five, a prominent executive coaching firm.
What We Discussed in the Episode on How to Create a Culture of Optimized Wellbeing
- Escaping Toxic Work Cultures: Breaking the Money Trap and Moving Forward - Assessing Corporate Responses to Burnout Signs: Are Companies Walking the Talk? - Recognizing Burnout Indicators: How Leaders Can Identify Struggling Team Members - Balancing Well-being in Fast-Paced Work Environments: Feasibility and Genuine Care - Embracing Alternative Well-being Practices: Incorporating Mindfulness and Regular Breaks in Corporate Settings - Shifting Focus in Corporate Training: Addressing Systemic Challenges over Well-being Patchwork
About Ryan's book Lead without Burnout - Growth with Less Stress for You and Your Team
In Lead without Burnout, Ryan Renteria shatters the myth that you must sacrifice ambitious professional growth to achieve better balance and enjoy stronger mental and physical health. Lead without Burnout shows you how to slash stress, achieve phenomenal business performance, and live a happy and fulfilled life.
The Growth Hacking Culture Podcast is a series of insightful interviews with prominent experts on mindsets, skills and mental resources to grow individually, lead motivated teams and create human-centric work cultures. These episodes are about thought provoking ideas to scale up and growth hack human-centric and performing work cultures. Hosted by Ivan Palomino.
This episode is sponsored by:
PeopleKult [behavioral science, tech and analytics to scale up the next generation work culture]