Often, leadership training focuses on one’s ability to define a vision, lay out plans and motivate people to work hard and achieve purposeful goals. Effective leadership also requires an appreciation of the people we are to lead and the cognitive reserves they require to effectively carry out their assigned roles. In our 24/7 society many things compete for the time and mental capacity of our people. As sleep gives way to social media and work, our reserves dwindle, we become fatigued and we cannot perform at our best. This webinar will introduce leaders to the physiological attributes of fatigue that we all share and those that make us unique. It will then discuss how leaders can get to know the unique nature of their staff, and provide the support they need to perform at their very best.