The Burnout Measure Pines Essays and Term Papers

  • Burn Out

    Burn Out Insert name Insert Institution Abstract Burnout is a metaphor used to describe a condition where fire put off or exhaustion of a candle. This term has been widely used from time immemorial to describe the experience people have with work especially at the end of a given task...

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  • Research Paper Proposal

    Burnout among Nurses in Intensive Care Units and Emergency Departments: An empirical study of Pakistani Government Hospitals 1. Introduction Burnout is a pattern of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion in response to chronic job stressors. It is a disorder characterized by emotional exhaustion...

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  • Motivation

    Running Head: PERFECTIONISM & BURNOUT Perfectionism & Burnout Case Study WARRICK T. STEWART Grand Canyon University: PCN 815 Psychology of Motivation March 25, 2013 Case Study John is currently experiencing signs of burnout as evidenced by emotional exhaustion, frustration, perfectionism...

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  • Burnout

    The concept of burnout (in Danish ‘udbrændthed’) started as a "grassroots" description of prolonged occupational stress among human service workers, where former engaged employees gradually get overwhelmed of emotional exhaustion, loss of energy, and withdrawal from work. This description was introduced...

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  • Motivation

    align followers with tasks that optimize their performance. Required Reading   Carless, S. A., Wearing, A. J., & Mann, L. (2000) . A short measure of transformational leadership. Journal of Business and Psychology, 14, 389-405.      Assignment You are asked to read the article by Carless...

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  • Community

    Emotional Dissonance, Burnout, and In-Role Performance Among Nurses and Police Officers Arnold B. Bakker Erasmus University Ellen Heuven Utrecht University Two studies including 108 nurses and 101 police officers tested the proposition that emotionally demanding interactions with recipients may result...

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  • Burnout of the courier in logistics company in China

     Burnout of the courier in logistics company in China Ziling, MENG Abstract Burnout is a prolonged response to chronic emotional and interpersonal stressors on the job, and is defined by the three dimensions of exhaustion, cynicism, and inefficacy. The past 25 years of research...

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  • Thesis Chapter 1

    employment. Hochschild (as cited in Deery, Iverson, & Walsh 2002) claimed that the most probable outcome of performing emotional labor is job-related burnout. The psychological health is crucial for good job performance; however, it is often neglected in the call center industry both by employers and employee...

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  • Applying Equity Theory to Staff Working with Individuals with Intellectual

    that they feel under-benefited in their work-based relationships. Associations were found between staff equity perceptions and staff outcomes such as burnout, absenteeism and intention to leave. Conclusion Previous research findings on staff outcomes are discussed within the context of equity theory. The...

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  • Burnout- a Theoretical Introduction

    betrachten. Die bekanntesten Diagnosemethoden zur Messung von Burn-out sind dabei das Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) von Maslach, das Tedium Measure ™ von Pines und Maslach und schließlich die Staff Burnout Scale of Health Professionals (SBS-HP) von Jones. Im Folgenden sollen nun sowohl persönlichkeitszentrierte...

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  • Stress and the Military

    Literature Review The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between force shaping initiatives and stress levels, burnout, and deployments. The objectives are to correlate the reduction in force and increased rates of deployment with stress levels in company grade officers within the...

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  • Decentralization

    UNIT 8 COPING WITH STRESS AND BURNOUT Objectives After going through this unit you should be able to: • understand the concept of coping with stress • appreciate the ways of managing stress, at individual and organizational...

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  • Work Engagement

    across Jalandhar. The data, after collection was processed and analysis was made. Relation of work engagement with job embeddedness, work holism and burnout was found out in the study. After the test was applied eight factors were found out among which six were the factors which were the facilitators of...

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  • Employee Engagement

    relationship between engagement and health, the article closes with a discussion of organizational interventions to increase work engagement. Keywords: Burnout; Commitment; Employee engagement; JD-R model; Job resources; Vigour. Employees’ psychological connection with their work has gained critical importance...

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  • Thesis

    maintains that stress can lead to burnout which “has been operationalized as a three-dimensional concept: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and lack of personal accomplishment (Maslach & Jackson, 1981)” (Cushman & West, 2006). There are other studies indicating burnout as “a psychological syndrome...

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  • Job Satisfaction in Hospitality Industry

    satisfaction Organizational commitment Turnover intention The purpose of this study is to investigate the antecedents (i.e., role ambiguity and conflict, burnout, socialization, and work autonomy) and consequences (i.e., affective and continuance commitment, absenteeism, and employee turnover intention) of employee...

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  • Role Stress Abstract

    nervous tension, depression are the common symptoms that women in the IT/ITes sector go through. Role stresses are known to influence the experience of burnout. Work related stress adversely affects personal performance, organizational efficiency (Hawksley, Barbara). Organizational role stress originates in...

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  • Theoretical Framework in Nursing Process - Elements, Approaches and Strategies of Theory Development

    department in general deals with a lot of stressful situations. For that reason alone, I have decided to tackle on the issue and the concept of stress and burnout and how its interplay is related in the nursing practice. The acute cases of the patients must be dealt by the bedside nurse with a sense of urgency...

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  • Work Spirituality

    Review of Work-Related Factors Rethinking the Significance of Turnover Rethinking the Significance of Job Satisfaction Rethinking the Significance of Burnout Degree of Religiosity and Degree of Spirituality Demographic and Worker’s Characteristics Gender Race/Ethnicity Age Education Occupation (or Primary...

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  • interview questions

    Cause Prevention of Burnout in Human Services BSHS 462 July 8, 2013 Everyday, we have the tendency to push ourselves beyond our physically and mentally limits. We can’t say that we wasn’t aware of becoming being burnout, too many times we can see and feel the warning signs starting...

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