Stress

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Stress

  1. 1. Your Burn Out Meter!!! How Often do you experience any of the following situations? Please use the following Scale Never 1 Once in agreat while 2 Rarely 3 Compute your burnout score by completing the following Sometimes 4 questionnaire using the scale provided on the top right. Often 5 Usually 6 1 Being Tired Always 7 2 Feeling Depressed 3 Having a good day 4 Being Physically exhausted 5 Being emotionally exhausted 6 Being Happy Your Burn-Out Score 7 Being quot;Wiped Outquot; 8 quot;Can't take it anymore 9 Being unhappy 7.0 10 Feeling run-down 6.0 11 Feeling trapped 12 Feeling worthless 5.0 13 Being Weary 4.0 14 Being troubled 15 Feeling disilliusioned & resentful 3.0 16 Being weak & susceptible to illness 2.0 17 Feeling hopeless 18 Feeling rejected 1.0 19 Feeling Optimistic 0.0 20 Feeling Energetic 21 Feeling Anxious More about your Score: If your Score between 2 & 3, you are doing well. The only suggestion we make is that you go over your score sheet to be sure you have been honest in your responses. If your score is between 3 & 4, it would be wise for you to examine your work life, evaluate your priorities and consider possible changes. If your score is higher than 4, you are experiencing burnout to the extent that it is mandatory that you do something about it. A score of higher than 5 indicates an acute state and a need for immediate help. * Adapted from Ayala Pines, Ph.D. and Elliot Aronson, Ph.D., quot; Why Managers Burn Out,quot; Sales & marketing management 4 (February 1989):38.
  2. 2. Your Burn Out Meter!!! * Adapted from Ayala Pines, Ph.D. and Elliot Aronson, Ph.D., quot; Why Managers Burn Out,quot; Sales & marketing management 4 (February 1989):38.

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