Webinar: Activists not Robots. Fighting Burnout in Times of Crisis
Updated: Jun 23, 2020
As activists we are expected to constantly innovate, try new things and look for new solutions. Activists are supposed to improve democracy, empower disadvantaged groups and raise awareness of the society. But doing that kind of work comes at a great cost. We are tired, overworked, feeling depressed and powerless - like whatever we do it’s never enough. It's hard to be creative while felling overwhelmingly tired.
During the webinar we will talk about what is activist burnout, how to avoid it and what to do when it happens. Don’t worry – it will also be practical.
Who is it for
Activists, leaders of organizations - anybody who’s looking for an answers on how to survive as a human in the era of burnout.
What's in it for you
You will be able to recognize factors contributing to burnout. You will get practical tips on what to do in short and long-term perspective for sustainable activism.
Activism Burnout Intro - why passionate people who want to do good in the world are burning out?
What Is Burnout Anyway - how to recognize it
I-care, Community-care, Organization-care - how social structures can respond to the danger of burnout
Practical tips and where to find more information
When: Thursday, April 18th, 2019. 5 P.M. Warsaw time (CET)
How long will it be: the webinar will take 50 minutes with Q&A round at the end. Register and join us for free here (it takes just 1 minute): https://bit.ly/2IeNhbb You don’t have to install Zoom to use it. You can just go through a browser
Who will lead it
Anna Kuliberda: coach, educator and facilitator supporting activists and nonprofit organizations in management, innovation and change with the "Human not Robots" perspective. Founder of "The Radical Act of Self-Care", a community against activists' burnout.