Leaders nowadays face numerous challenges. They have to navigate through messy digitalization processes, uncertain future prospects, a perpetual crisis mode and high performance pressure. But that's not all. In addition, leaders must ensure that their remote teams work efficiently, compensate for the shortage of skilled workers to the best of their ability, meet high regulatory requirements... The list goes on. These complex challenges on multiple levels make it clear why a traditional leadership style often no longer works and why leaders quickly become overwhelmed. But how can leaders meet today's requirements successfully without burning out? Resilience is the key starting point to equip leaders for their complex tasks and prevent burnout. In this article, you can find important aspects to consider.