“Burned-Out” and its True Meaning
If you lead a workforce of volunteers, I know you have heard this before: “I am feeling burned-out”. When someone comes up to you and tells you that, they are communicating a need in their life that is not being met. The person may not realize it. They may believe that the problem persists elsewhere. If you can go below the surface, you will find that there is a need in that person’s life that is not being met and it will be up to you to guide them.