I’m not quite sure what argument you are trying to make with this comment.
I interpreted your original comment as arguing for something like:
“Although most of the relevant employees at central coordinator organisations are not sure about the sign of outreach, most EAs think it is likely to be positive, thus it is likely to in fact be positive”.
Where I agree with first two points but not the conclusion, as I think we should consider the staff at the ‘coordinator organizations’ to be the relevant expert class and mostly defer to their judgement.
Its possible you were instead arguing “The increased concern about downside risk has also made it much harder to ‘use up’ your dedication” is not in fact a concern faced by most EAs, since they still think outreach is clearly positive, so this is not a discouraging factor.
I somewhat agree with this point, but based on your response to cafelow I do not think it is very likely to be the point you were trying to make.