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October 09, 2009


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Eric Van Buskirk

I'm very impressed by this post.

I managed large phone rooms at 4 different performing arts organizations. I've fought burn-out, but with room for growth to larger operations, I kept myself challenged. I don't know of those dealing directly with administration in other parts of the organization who had the "courage" to mention the burn-out factor so head-on.

Beth Jackson

Thanks for this post Jason! I am heading into my 4th year as Phonathon manager and even though I still really enjoy working with students - it's not always easy to keep up the energy level and excitement necessary. It's comforting to know the Phonathon 'guru' understands these challenges. :)

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