The techniques Fortune 500 CEOs use to avoid burnout

Fortune 500 CEOs swear by taking short movement breaks hourly, eating small, regular meals, and sleeping between seven to nine hours a night in order to boost productivity and decrease burnout, according to CNBC.

Johnson & Johnson created its Human Performance Institute to serve as an exclusive training academy for professionals. The program goes over ways for employees and executives to increase energy levels. Since launching the program, Fortune 500 CEOs have backed the program and used it to improve performance, CNBC reports.

The two-and-a-half-day program has top professionals contemplate their performance. Employees evaluate their emotional, mental, physical and spiritual dimensions. From there, employees develop methods for how to achieve success in each area.

"We know that the topic of stress and burnout is not going to go away … this is going to continue to impact current workforces and workforces for the future," said Bobby Sheikh, HPI's head of Asia Pacific, to CNBC.

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