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Maintaining Commitment(s) and Avoiding Burnout

January 23, 2013

Your family, followers and public can be sensitive to your every decision when it comes to keeping commitments. Leaders are expected to keep their commitments. People are disappointed when they don’t. Leaders, however, can also become over-committed when elected, invited or volunteered to serve in multiple roles. At some point, this can result in exhaustion and burnout. Leaders must evaluate how many commitments they have at any given time, and consider which ones they will hold on to and which ones are ready to be handled by others. Knowing when and how to say “no” helps maintain the balance.

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