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Stress_Management_11 - Stress Management and Resiliency •

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Unformatted text preview: Stress Management and Resiliency • Definition/Effects of Stress • Elements of Stress • Reactions to Stress • Defense Mechanisms • Coping Strategies • Time Management • Elements of Overview • Describe what defines stress, and how it impacts the work environment. • Explain the various reactions to stress. • Describe various coping strategies. • Explain time management techniques to alleviate stress. • Define the concept of resiliency. • Identify activities that support the four domains of total human wellness. • Summarize the elements of resiliency. Samples of Behavior Mental, emotional, or physical tension, strain, or distress. An environment filled with reinforcing or opposing forces that either stimulate or inhibit performance. Defining Stress • Takes $500 billion from economy yearly • Adversely affects health of half the adult population • Costs $550 million in workdays lost each year • Leads to 40% of U.S. worker turnover • Is a factor in 60-80% job accidents Effects • A balance or imbalance of: – Driving Forces (stressors) – Restraining Forces (resiliency) Elements of Stress Current Level of Functioning Modified from Lewin’s Force Field Driving Force A Driving Force B Driving Force C Driving Force D Restraining Force A Restraining Force B Restraining Force C Restraining Force D Elements of Stress • Driving Forces (Stressors) – Time: too much in too little time – Encounters:...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course AERO 130 taught by Professor Jaredgrady during the Fall '1 term at UCLA.

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