CHICAGO (MainStreet) -- The leisurely two-week (or more) summer vacation may be a relic of the past. These days, it's easier to list the reason you shouldn't go away. It costs too much. You can't afford to leave work for that long. You're too busy and stressed out to even think about planning a trip.But what if leaving your company for a while actually made the business stronger? If getting away made you a more effective a leader when you got back?
|A variety of studies suggest vacations force us out of the everyday, allowing our brains to spark with ideas and business breakthroughs.|