Being a leader is hard. It’s exhausting, emotionally taxing and time-consuming to juggle individual to-do lists and countless meetings, all while managing people and coordinating with other leaders. This is why many leaders report feeling unmotivated at work. New research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business offers a way to keep leaders energized and engaged. It’s so simple that leaders can start right now (and, no, it’s not more caffeine).