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Passion and Burn Out
Transcript of Passion and Burn Out
PASSION + BURN OUT
BUT STILL LOVIN' MY JOB
PATTY HAMBLER, MEd
Student Development Officer, Wellness
A COMMON FRAMEWORK
& BURN OUT
PARTNER UP AND...
SHARE 2 STORIES EACH:
TELL YOUR PARTNER ABOUT A TIME WHEN...
YOU FOUND GREAT MOTIVATION AND PASSION IN YOUR WORK/PRACTICUM...
YOU FELT BURNT OUT OR AT YOUR MAX CAPACITY AT WORK/SCHOOL...
WHILE LISTENING, RECORD:
KEY WORDS (e.g., metaphors, emotions, things that strike you as important)
STRENGTHS YOU FEEL THE STORY TELLER DEMONSTRATED
JOIN ANOTHER PAIR
KEY WORDS YOU HEARD?
WHAT (IF ANY) COMMON WORDS OR EXPERIENCES
WERE NOTICED ACROSS STORIES?
Bad Elvis Impersonator
Jabba the Hutt
WITHIN OUR PROFESSION, WE SERVE AS BOTH EDUCATORS AND ROLE MODELS TO STUDENTS. WE BEAR RESPONSIBILITY IN "PRACTICING WHAT WE PREACH"
THE NEW LEADERSHIP WILL NOT BE PROVIDED BY A 'TAKE CHARGE' ELITE, BUT WILL EMERGE FROM THE CAPACITY THAT LIES WITHIN EACH AND EVERY PERSON. IT WILL BE A LEADERSHIP THAT DOES NOT PRESUME TO HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS BUT ONE THAT SEEKS TO EMPOWER OTHERS
- ANNABEL BEEREL
GO TO THE PEOPLE
LIVE AMONG THEM
LEARN FROM THEM
START WITH WHAT THEY KNOW
BUILD ON WHAT THEY HAVE
BUT OF THE BEST LEADERS
WHEN THEIR TASK IS ACCOMPLISHED
THEIR WORK IS DONE
THE PEOPLE ALL REMARK
WE HAVE DONE IT OURSELVES
- LAO TZU, TAO TE CHING
COMMITMENT TO SELF CARE
PLAY TO YOUR
WHAT ACTIONS CAN YOU TAKE
AN OPPORTUNITY TO CROWD SOURCE
Examine elements of well-being and balance that are key to establishing and maintaining personal engagement and success at work.
Explore key elements of a leadership framework as it relates to sustaining commitment and passion at work.
Articulate and share some tangible strategies that can assist in combating burnout at work.
Thoroughness Flexibility Integrity
What strategies have you tried and found successful?
What resonates with you as possible takeaways?
What are the risk and rewards of taking on a leadership role?
trying to be someone you are not
Your work can smother and extinguish your passion for the job.
You’re not experiencing the fulfillment and satisfaction of doing work that aligns with your values.
Work may take up all your time and even consuming your thoughts outside of business hours.
The Black Hole is when it’s not an issue of having time, it’s an issues of you don’t have the energy.
Gutherie, V.L.,. Woods, E. Cusker, C., & Gregory, M., A Portrait of Balance: Personal and Professional Balance among Student Affairs Educators http://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/EJ956997.pdf
Murphy, L. Burnout Among Student Affairs Professionals at Metropolitan Universities. Denton, Texas. UNT Digital Library. http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc2835/. Accessed February 14, 2013.
Northouse, P.G. (2009) Leadership: Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition
Valoy, G. A. (2012). College women in the 21st century: A closer look at academic, family and work demands on levels of burnout. Yeshiva University). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, , 175. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/docview/929138372?accountid=14656. (929138372).
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Social Change Model of Leadership
"If the frogs in a pond started behaving strangely, our first reaction would not be to punish them or even to treat them. Instinctively, we'd wonder what was going on in the pond..."