Let’s face it, what you do the night before largely affects how you feel the next morning – from a self-induced hangover from a night out and feeling like a zombie because Netflix caught you in its trap to being sufficiently well-rested from sleeping earlier than normal.
While recent research has found that small business owners find it hard to take a holiday without staying in touch with the business, employees also expect their boss to try and get in touch with them when they take time off.
While many CEOs tend to spend the majority of their days in the boardroom, it turns out this kind of schedule can be detrimental to their productivity.
What do CEOs do all day? That's exactly the question that Harvard Business School professor Raffaella Sadun hoped to answer.