There's a difference between having a good work ethic and being a workaholic—and startup founders are often among those who confuse one with the other. Occasionally working a few extra hours to meet a deadline and not let a client down is a good work ethic. Sacrificing your personal life to work long hours every day isn't. While you may blur the lines between work and personal life because you're passionate about what you do and you want to devote your time to building a successful business, you need to consider the damaging effects it can have on your employees and company culture. Melody Wilding shares here the steps you can take as a leader to design a workplace where people can thrive.
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