Employee well-being has received a lot of attention in recent years. So far, corporate well-being initiatives have mainly focused on nutrition, exercise and meditation. Yet companies won’t be able to help employees feel better and become more productive if they don’t help them do one thing first: get the eight hours of quality sleep they need to function at their best. Journalist Kate Morgan offers case studies of sleep leadership pioneers. These studies make a convincing case for why leaders must start prioritizing sleep in their own lives and in those of their employees.
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Kate Morgan is a freelance journalist based in Philadelphia.
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