Chapter 2 What is Stress

Chapter 2 What is Stress - Residual Organizational...

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1 What is Stress?     An  imbalance between demand  and ability to meet those  demands in the allotted time  frame
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Types of Stress Eustress desirable outcome of  stress motivational results  Distress negative outcome results in emotional  and physical illness
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Individual Differences in  Stress Stress Personalities Type A vs. Type B Pessimists vs. Optimists Seven Personality Types Gender, Ethnicity, Race Stress Sensitization
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Personality Types Pleasers Internal  Timekeepers Strivers Inner Con Artists Critical Judges Worriers Sabertooths
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Stressors Personal Fear Resistance Resentment
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Stressors Occupational Role conflict Role ambiguity Role overload Poor person/organization  fit Work environment Change Relations with others
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Stressors Others Minor frustration Forecasting
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Unformatted text preview: Residual Organizational Consequences of Stress Job Burnout Job Performance (curvilinear relationship) Increased Absenteeism Increased Turnover Drug/Alcohol Abuse Managing Stress Planning for Stress Exercise Laughter Diet Quit or reduce smoking Sleep Support groups Self-empowerment Coping skills Managing Stress During and After Stress Relaxation techniques Time management Workplace Violence Perpetrators Under severe stress Male 20 - 50 years of age Self-esteem tied to job Fond of violent films Own several guns with ready access Subscribes to Soldier of Fortune Loner Reducing Workplace Violence Security measures Better employee screening methods Increased management awareness...
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