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Contents Preface Introduction: "What Is Burnout?" Leadership Lesson One: Good Leaders Are Honest about Their Own Limitations and Seek the Long Term Health and Spiritual Vitality of Those Who Work with Them. Evaluation Exercise: Am I Burned-out? Chapter One The Problem with Perfection Leadership Lesson Two: Good Leaders Don't Seek to Be Right; They Seek to Be Christ-like Evaluation Exercise: How Much of a Perfectionist am I? Evaluation Exercise: How Deeply Does Your Church Buy into Perfection? Chapter Two Sink First, Ask Questions Later Leadership Lesson Three: Good Leaders Develop Self-Sufficient Followers Evaluation Exercise: How Codependent Am I? Chapter Three The Truth about Work Addiction Leadership Lesson Four: Good Leaders Model a Healthy Lifestyle Evaluation Exercise: Are You a Workaholic? Chapter Four Boundaries and Burnout Leadership Lesson Five: Good Leaders Appreciate Diversity Evaluation Exercise: The Tasks for Overcoming Burnout
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Burn out (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.