Dynamics of Non-Profit Workers’ Passion Burnout and Intention to Leave
© Jefferson Rajah 2021 Passionate workers join the non-profit sector only to experience a collapse i
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© Jefferson Rajah 2021 Passionate workers join the non-profit sector only to experience a collapse in their passion level as a result of organisational conditions, and thus shore up their intention to leave over time. The results from this model suggest that work overload and physical exhaustion affecting productivity, fall in professional efficacy, and negative affection from perceived organisational injustice drive the collapse in passion. Of these, role overload and high expectations of passionate employees was found to have the highest impact. Originally developed for the course GEO-SD304 and presented at the International System Dynamics Conference.