BURNOUT DI KALANGAN PENDAKWAH

Nadiatus Salama

Abstract


Burnout is a phenomenon that arose from a great expectation to do the best for other people. But when the relationship is "asymmetry" between preachers and congregation, it could be lead to burnout that debilitates the spirit in preaching. However, only some preachers suffered from burnout due to the differences in individual characteristics, work environment, and emotional involvement with the congregation. Burnout is triggered by external factors and might be accumulative. This condition could be healed but it requires a long time. When this condition ignored, it can interfere with the performance and pressthemselves, their relatives and congregation. The person who responsible for creating the solution is him/herself, thatis supported by family or friends.

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Burnout merupakan fenomena yang bermula dari sebuah harapan besar untuk berbuat yang terbaik bagi orang lain. Tapi ketika terjadi hubungan yang “asimetris” antara da’i dan mad’u, bisa mengakibatkanterjadinya burnout yang nantinya melemahkan semangat dalam berdakwah. Meski demikian, tidak semua pendakwah mengalami burnout karena adanya perbedaan karakteristik individu, lingkungan kerja, dan keterlibatan emosional dengan jama’ah. Burnout dipicu oleh faktor eksternal dan bersifat akumulatif. Kondisi ini bisa disembuhkan tapi memerlukan waktu lama. Jika dibiarkan, dapat mengganggu kinerja dan tekanan bagi dirinya sendiri, orang terdekatnya serta jama’ah yang berinteraksi dengan da’i tersebut. Yang bertanggung jawab untuk menciptakan solusinya adalah diri sendiri, dengan didukung oleh keluarga atau teman.


Keywords


burnout, preachers, da’wah, congregation

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