Tracy Dumas, associate professor of management and human resource at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, talks about how our personal and professional lives interface and benefit one another - and how we should all capitalize on this. When you are engaged at work, you're using a particular set of skills and cognitive resources. When you step away from work, you engage in activities that require a different set of skills. This is incredibly beneficial and allows us to come back to work with a sense of recovery and engagement.

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