5 Reasons Why Nonprofit Leaders Burn out

And what you can do to reverse this trend

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Date: August 24th, 10 A.M. PT
Where: Live, Webinar
Cost: $47

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In just a little over an hour of your time, we will help you… 


The primary causes of burnout in the nonprofit sector


Which primary cause of burnout you are most susceptible to so you can…


A plan to advance your own success and thriving as a change leader.

A recent study of nonprofit employees found that 42% of respondents believe that their job is detrimental to their mental health.¹

Do these symptoms of burnout sound familiar?

  • Emotionally exhausted,
  • Having difficulty sleeping at night,
  • Resorting to emotional eating
  • Using alcohol to cope with work-related stress, or
  • Feel unable to cope with work,

You are not alone – 90% of people who leave the nonprofit sector cite burnout as the primary cause for doing so.¹

What we are doing to ourselves and one another in the sector is unjust and unsustainable. Only you can stop this trend, starting with yourself. 

¹Severns Guntzel, J. Murphy Johnson N. 2020. Wellbeing Inspires Welldoing:  How Changemakers’ Inner Wellbeing Influences Their Work. [Report] Retrieved from bit.ly/TWPreport2020

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