Just as important as it is to lead a company with a sleep-positive attitude, it is of utmost importance to be able to spot the signs of a sleep-deprived employee and co-worker. We guide you through the signs of sleep deprivation and the steps you can take to avoid accidents – or worse – at work, and at home.
We take a closer look at the link between sleep and effective leadership and how sleep can improve leaders and their leadership style, creating a positive impact for their team and company as a result.
In this article, we’ll walk you through the effects of sleep deprivation on work performance, the industries and professions that have most at stake when it comes to sleep debt and how you can contribute to change at work if you notice the signs of sleep deprivation.
On World Sleep Day, we welcome the attention given to sleep, as we see firsthand how sleep can so often be neglected. Yet at the same time, we know how powerful the impact of good sleep can be when we allow ourselves to…that’s right – just sleep.
After a long, stressful day, you may feel exhausted but somehow still find yourself unwilling to go to bed. If you’re seeking out “me time” late at night, you could be engaging in revenge bedtime procrastination.