Editor's Note: This post is part of our "Bookmarked" series, where we ask some of our favorite HR experts, analysts and business professionals to answer questions about their career, life and aspirations for the future. Be sure to bookmark it for next month!
Stressed and overworked to his limit, Joe Burton knew that he wasn't thriving in a high performance public company culture. But Burton is a firm believer in changing your environment if it's not working for you, and has since made it his mission to help others do the same.
As founder and CEO of Whil Concepts, a company offering digital training designed to make people—namely employees—live healthier, happier and more engaged lives, Burton works to ensure that employees know how to cope when they find themselves in high-stress situations or jobs.
Read on to learn more about him in our Bookmarked questionnaire below.
And please note: Convergence 2019—taking place June 3-5—will be jam-packed with over 50 sessions led by top-tier Cornerstone clients and partners, including Joe Burton. Check out the agenda and learn more here!
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