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Inc.: Sleep culture in the workplace

On a recent trip to San Francisco, Fatigue Science CEO, Sean Kerklaan, sat down with Chip Joyce from Inc.com to discuss how Fatigue Science “is doing to corporations what Billy Beane did to baseball: using hard data to transform performance and safety by teaching companies how to mitigate employee fatigue.”

Sean explains the importance of sleep to productive workplace culture and to CEO success in the segment “CEO 1-2-3.”

“If you’re constantly working in a state of fatigue, it can actually be quite difficult to self-assess the extent of your fatigue and even more difficult to realize your own performance impairments,” Sean says.

Check out the article, including Sean’s three pieces of advice for every CEO.

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