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Are you at risk of burnout?

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Survey Questions

The extent to which I am feeling negative or cynical about the people with whom I work (despairing of my ability to change and grow).
Optimistic about attenders Cynical about attenders
 
The extent to which I have enthusiasm for my work (I enjoy my work and look forward to it regularly).
High internal energy for my work Loss of enthusiasm for my job
 
The extent to which I invest myself emotionally in my work in congregation/parish.
Highly invested emotionally Withdrawn and detached
 
The extent to which fatigue and irritation are part of my daily experience.
Cheerfulness high energy much of the time Tired and irritated much of the time
 
The extent to which my humour has a cynical, biting tone.
Humour reflects a positive joyful attitude Humour cynical and sarcastic
 
The extent to which I find myself spending less and less time with attenders.
Eager to be involved with attenders Increasing withdrawal from attenders
 
The extent to which I am becoming less flexible in my dealings with attenders.
Remaining open and flexible with attenders' needs and wants Becoming more fixed and rigid n dealing with attenders
 
The extent to which I feel supported in my work.
Feeling fully supported Feeling alone and isolated
 
The extent to which I find myself frustrated in my attempts to accomplish tasks important to me
Reasonably successful in accomplishing tasks Mainly frustrated in accomplishing tasks
 
The extent to which I am invaded by sadness I can’t explain.
Generally optimistic Sad much of the time
 
The extent to which I am suffering from physical complaints (e.g. aches, pains, headaches, lingering colds).
Feeling healthy most of the time Constantly irritated by physical ailments
 
The extent to which I blame others for problems I encounter.
Minimal blaming or scapegoating Others are usually to blame for the malaise I am feeling
 
The extent to which I feel guilt about what is not happening in this congregation or with attenders.
Guilt free Feeling guilty much of the time
 
I am biding my time until retirement or a change of job
Highly engaged in my work Doing what I must to get by
 
The extent to which I feel used up and spent.
High source of energy for my work Feeling empty and depleted
 

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