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Stress Stress September 11, 2008
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Class Agenda Class Agenda Stress defined Types of stressors Challenge vs. hindrance Work vs. family What can an organization do? What can you do?
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Stress Stress
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Stress Stress Warm-up Activity Daily Time Clock
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Stress Stress Definitions Stress: a psychological response to demands where there is something at stake and where coping with the demands taxes or exceeds a person’s capacity or resources Stressors: the demands Strain: the negative physical and emotional consequences of stress
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Stressor-Stress-Strain Stressor-Stress-Strain Framework Framework STRESS Work Hindrance Work Challenge Nonwork Hindrance Nonwork Challenge STRAIN STRESSORS
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Stressor-Stress-Strain Stressor-Stress-Strain Framework Framework STRESS Work Hindrance Work Challenge Nonwork Hindrance Nonwork Challenge STRAIN STRESSORS
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Types of Stressors Types of Stressors Hindrance Stressors Perceived as hindering progress toward personal accomplishments or goal attainment Tend to be associated with negative emotions Challenge Stressors Perceived as opportunities for learning, growth, and achievement Tend to be associated with positive emotions Stressors can also be classified by whether they are work or nonwork related
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Role conflict Role ambiguity Role overload Daily hassles Time pressure Work complexity Work responsibility Work-family conflict Negative life events Family time demands Personal development Positive life events Stressors Stressors Hindrance Challenge Work Nonwork
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Role conflict Role ambiguity Role overload Daily hassles Time pressure Work complexity Work responsibility Work-family conflict Negative life events Family time demands Personal development Positive life events Work Hindrance Stressors Work Hindrance Stressors Hindrance Challenge Work Nonwork
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Role conflict
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