It was these worrying facts and her own experience of burnout that led mental-health advocate Bex Spiller to set up The Anti-Burnout Club, which has grown exponentially since launch in 2021.
Author: Bex Spiller
Publisher: David & Charles
Banish burnout and reclaim your calm with this innovative 12-week start-anytime journal. Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. Burnout has become more than just a buzz word or a symptom of stress. With searches related to burnout rising on average 41% annually since 2017, and 77% of employees saying they've experienced burnout, it's no wonder the World Health Organisation has started to take it more seriously. And that's before the pandemic and working-from-home burnout became even more prevalent. It was these worrying facts and her own experience of burnout that led mental-health advocate Bex Spiller to set up The Anti-Burnout Club, which has grown exponentially since launch in 2021. Bex has witnessed first-hand how burnout isn't just reserved for high-flying execs at FTSE 100 companies. It's creeping into our homes, making it impossible for many of us to cope with all of the demandsof modern life. With this journal, Bex has created a multi-platform solution to a growing problem. Combining people's love for pen and paper with the rise in online wellness apps and platforms, The Anti-Burnout Journal works for traditionalists and technology lovers alike. This undated journal spans 12 weeks with weekly lessons and challenges to help beat burnout, delivered through the pages of the journal alongside an online dashboard with lifetime access to video lessons in yoga, mindfulness, meditation, nutrition and breathwork, can be watched time and again. Alongside the lessons are weekly and daily pages that encourage journaling the more traditional way using everything you've learned. This multi-platform approach makes this journal completely unique and ensures that you can use it in a way that suits you, without feeling more stress or overwhelm. This one-of-a-kind journal is the perfect gift to yourself or someone in need of self-care in this stressful world we live in and promises to help you slow down, reflect, find balance and restore a sense of calm.
Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work (1st ed.). New York: HarperCollins. Bakker, A. B., Demerouti, E. & Euwema, M. C. (2005). 'Job Resources Buffer the Impact of Job Demands on Burnout'. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology ...
Author: Michael Drayton
Category: Business & Economics
Burnout results in people feeling exhausted, cynical, detached and hopeless – even depressed and anxious. This book looks at burnout from an individual, group and organisational perspective. It uses anecdotes from the author’s life; and examples from literature, poetry and art to bring the subject to life. Based on the latest scientific thinking on burnout and evidence-based ideas, this practical, easy read book gives leaders the knowledge they need to create a psychologically healthy and high performance culture at work. After reading this book, you will understand more about burnout than 90 per cent of the population. You will know what to do to prevent burnout in other people and in yourself. Anti-burnout is an academically rigorous book, written in a friendly, engaging, conversational style. It contains lots of anecdotes, examples from the arts and stories that illustrate and bring to life the practical advice on preventing burnout. Anti-burnout will answer these questions: What exactly is burnout? How does burnout affect individuals, teams and organisations? What causes burnout? How can I understand and support people with burnout? How can I prevent myself from burning out? What are the obstacles to preventing burnout? How does remote working affect burnout? What can I do to create a workplace culture that prevents burnout? This book is helpful because it relates the scientific literature on burnout to real life. Anti-burnout looks at the individual factors in burnout, including personality and mental health. It also looks at how the dynamics of teams and how work is organised relate to burnout. Finally, the book investigates organisational culture, leadership and burnout. This book is essential reading for leaders and managers who want to minimise burnout in people in their organisation. It will also be essential reading for anyone with an interest in mental well-being at work such as occupational health practitioners, researchers and human resource professionals.
Release on 2019-04-01 | by Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch
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Author: Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch
Category: Business & Economics
The book Mastering anti-corruption - The practitioners' view is aimed at presenting different ways and modes of mastering anti-corruption in selected countries. By showing examples and cases the authors of particular chapters would like to emphasize the necessity of implementing solutions that will help to prevent corruption at all or at least will diminish its negative effects on business and human beings. The book is divided into four parts: “Introduction”, “Anti-Corruption as a Topic in Practice - national and international perspective”, “Anti-Corruption as a Topic in Practice - organizational perspective” and “Anti- Corruption as a Topic in Practice - ethical perspective”. Authors of this book presented a wide range of issues and topics covering the problem of preventing and fighting the corruption around the world. Hopefully the cases will constitute a good practice for countries and nations facing the problem of corruption and will be an inspiration for further research as well as practical applications in this area.
Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association 51(5): 385–405. Gorski, P.C., and N. Erakat. 2019. “Racism, Whiteness, and Burnout in Antiracism Movements: How White Racial Justice Activists Elevate Burnout ...
Author: Thema Bryant
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Category: Social Science
An antiracist society starts with you. Gain the psychological skills you need to adopt an antiracist mindset and make meaningful and equitable changes in your community—and in the world. Racism has reached epidemic levels in our country, and every single day we see acts of racial injustice. From police brutality and the prison industrial complex, to crumbling infrastructure and toxic drinking water in predominantly Black neighborhoods—many people have finally opened their eyes to the harsh realities of inequality and systemic racism in America. But awareness isn’t enough. We need to take action to create real change. Written by two psychologists and experts in race, identity, equity, and inclusion, The Antiracism Handbook will empower you to make your own personal contribution to creating an antiracist society. You’ll find practical, evidence-based tools grounded in psychology to help you recognize and resist racial stereotypes in day-to-day interactions; and strategies to help you communicate with family, loved ones, and children about race and racism. You’ll also learn skills to help you navigate race in professional workspaces, and advocate for antiracist politics, policies, and practices in your community, civic, and spiritual life. By shifting your thought patterns and behaviors to cultivate an antiracist mindset, you can actively change your community—and the world—beginning with yourself. This handbook will help you get started now.
Consulting Psychology Journal: Research and Practice, 62, 311–316. ... Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 2, 21–32. ... Available at: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-27/the100-000-anti-burnout-program-for-ceos ...
Author: Ian Lawrence
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
The 'C-Suite' Executive Leader in Sport explores the challenges of this role within elite professional sport.Examining the experience of C-Suite executives, contributors analyse how this relates to existing research,informing and challenging those responsible for identification, recruitment and promotion of C-Suite sports industry personnel.
Release on 2020-04-21 | by Meghan Elizabeth Kallman
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Author: Meghan Elizabeth Kallman
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
Peace Corps volunteers seem to exemplify the desire to make the world a better place. Yet despite being one of history’s clearest cases of organized idealism, the Peace Corps has, in practice, ended up cultivating very different outcomes among its volunteers. By the time they return from the Peace Corps, volunteers exhibit surprising shifts in their political and professional consciousness. Rather than developing a systemic perspective on development and poverty, they tend instead to focus on individual behavior; they see professions as the only legitimate source of political and social power. They have lost their idealism, and their convictions and beliefs have been reshaped along the way. The Death of Idealism uses the case of the Peace Corps to explain why and how participation in a bureaucratic organization changes people’s ideals and politics. Meghan Elizabeth Kallman offers an innovative institutional analysis of the role of idealism in development organizations. She details the combination of social forces and organizational pressures that depoliticizes Peace Corps volunteers, channels their idealism toward professionalization, and leads to cynicism or disengagement. Kallman sheds light on the structural reasons for the persistent failure of development organizations and the consequences for the people involved. Based on interviews with over 140 current and returned Peace Corps volunteers, field observations, and a large-scale survey, this deeply researched, theoretically rigorous book offers a novel perspective on how people lose their idealism, and why that matters.
Similar to the AHR group, the Anti-TM group frequently didn't adopt problem solving behavior. Furthermore, they also tended to adopt avoidance coping and it was connected to burnout. ... Journal of Occupational Behavior, 2, pp. 99–113.
Author: Masaharu Kumashiro
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
The term "Human Engineering" was first used in America at the beginning of the twentieth century and was renamed "Human Factors" after World War II. It continous to develop to this day. After it spread to Europe, interest in the subject increased further and was renamed "Ergonomics" in England. Ergonomics is now starting to flourish in East Asia. T
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Author: Thelma S. Horn
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Category: Sports & Recreation
The fourth edition of Advances in Sport and Exercise Psychology retains the book’s sterling reputation in the field and provides advanced psychology students with a thorough examination and critical analysis of the current research in the psychology of physical activity. This revitalized text, known in its first three editions as Advances in Sport Psychology, uses a traditional textbook approach, appropriate for advanced classes, as opposed to an informal handbook style. Longtime editor and author Thelma Horn is joined by a new coeditor, Alan Smith, as well as new and returning contributors (55 in all), including many of the most prolific researchers and scholars in the field. As the updated title indicates, this edition emphasizes exercise psychology constructs as well as sport psychology. The new edition highlights some of the career possibilities in health and wellness areas as well as some of the distinctions between sport and exercise psychology research. Further updates to this text include the following: • Nine new and heavily referenced chapters, including Family Influences on Active Free Play and Youth Sport, Leadership in Physical Activity Contexts, and Youth Talent Development • Refreshed theoretical and empirical data based on advances in the sport, exercise, and physical activity psychology field • Expanded topics in exercise psychology, such as physical activity and mental health, physical activity and cognitive abilities, and health-based exercise motivation models • Contemporary interest areas in sport psychology, such as perfectionism, passion, self-presentation concerns, stereotype threat, psychopathology issues in sport and exercise, positive youth development, sport talent development, and physical activity within specific populations The reorganized text is divided into seven parts. Part I provides an overview of the field in the psychology of physical activity. Part II examines characteristics of people that can affect their behavior and psychosocial well-being in sport, exercise, and physical activity contexts. In part III, students learn about socioenvironmental factors that impinge on participants’ behavior and psychosocial well-being in sport and physical activity domains. Part IV explores psychological factors that can affect behavior and performance in sport and physical activity settings. In part V, students gain insights into the motivational models and theories regarding individuals’ behavior in sport, exercise, and physical activity contexts. Part VI discusses the links between sport, physical activity, exercise, and health. Part VII analyzes the concepts related to lifespan and developmental processes. For instructors, Advances in Sport and Exercise Psychology includes an image bank that houses nearly all the tables and figures from the book. With its broad range of new and established content, its inclusion of exercise psychology constructs, and its addition of many new and bright voices, Advances in Sport and Exercise Psychology maintains the standard of excellence set by its preceding editions.
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Author: Neil Gopee
Drawing on the most up-to-date policies and professional regulations, and with an emphasis on the provision of person-centred care, the authors - both of whom have backgrounds in clinical practice, education and management - show how essential leadership and management skills can be applied across a range of situations in everyday practice.
By B.D. Colen body and mind 188 INSIDE THE JOURNAL KITCHEN / RECIPE INDEX 61 YOU Enter our " Was it love at first sight ? " contest ; the anti - burnout guide ; and more . regular features 12 97 UNRAVELING CANCER'S SECRETS The first of ...
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29, 147-154. ... Combating stress and burnout in surgical practice: A review. ... Burnout and the antithesis of burnout: Developing positive interventions for the well-being of Chinese teachers in ...
Author: Marié P. Wissing
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This is the first book to bring together examples of research in positive psychology / psychofortology conducted in the multi-cultural South African context with its diverse populations and settings. The volume reflects basic as well as applied well-being research in the multicultural South African context, as conducted in various contexts and with a variety of methods and foci. Theoretical, review, and empirical research contributions are made, reflecting positivist to constructivist approaches, and include quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method approaches. Some findings support universality assumptions, but others uncovered unique cultural patterns. Chapters report on well-being research conducted in the domains of education, work, health, and family, and in clinical, urban vs. rural, and unicultural vs. multicultural contexts. Studies span the well-being of adolescents, adults, and older people, and topics include resilience in individuals, families, and groups, measurement issues and coping processes, the role of personal and contextual variables, and facets such as hope, spirituality, self-regulation, and interventions.
At the conclusion of each workshop the participant develops an individual antiburnout plan incorporating time ... instructor's guide ; 100 reprints of journal article 1977 Available from : American Public Welfare Association , 1155 18th ...
British Journal of Community Nursing, 25(7): 335–339. Jones-Berry S (2016) Study urges anti-burnout aid for intensive care nurses. Nursing Standard, 30(47): 10. Jones-Berry S (2018) Survey confirms failure to tackle attrition rates ...
Author: Neil Gopee
A complete introduction to leadership and management for newly emerging healthcare professionals embarking on the first steps of their career development journey.
The findings of future studies may help customize initiatives that promote anti-burnout strategies, equity, and cultures of health that can embody humanistic medicine in practice and theory. ... Peace Studies Journal, 8(2), 34–58. 5.
Author: Adriana E. Foster
Publisher: Springer Nature
Empathy is essential to effectively engaging patients as partners in care. Clinicians’ empathy is increasingly understood as a professional competency, a mode and process of relating that can be learned and taught. Communication and empathy training are penetrating healthcare professions curricula as knowledge about the most effective modalities to train, maintain, and deepen empathy grows. This book draws on a wide range of contributors across many disciplines, and takes an evidence-based and longitudinal approach to clinical empathy education. It takes the reader on an engaging journey from understanding what empathy is (and how it can be measured), to approaches to empathy education informed by those understandings. It elaborates the benefits of embedding empathy training in graduate and post-graduate curricula and the importance of teaching empathy in accord with the clinician’s stage of professional development. Finally, it examines systemic perspectives on empathy and empathy education in the clinical setting, addressing issues such as equity, stigma, and law. Each section is full of the latest evidence-based research, including, notably, the advances that have been made over recent decades in the neurobiology of empathy. Perspectives among the interdisciplinary chapters include: Neurobiology of empathy Measuring empathy in healthcare Teaching clinicians about affect Teaching cultural humility: Understanding the core of others by reflecting on ours Empathy and implicit bias: Can empathy training improve equity? Teaching Empathy in Healthcare: Building a New Core Competency takes an innovative and comprehensive approach towards a developed understanding of empathy in the clinical context. This evidence-based book is set to become a classic text on the topic of empathy in healthcare settings, and will appeal to a broad readership of clinicians, educators, and researchers in clinical medicine, neuroscience, behavioral health, and the social sciences, leaders in educational and professional organizations, and anyone interested in the healthcare services they utilize.
It is proposed that if the APD burnout phenomenon exists , then antisocial subjects in middle and / or older ages will have significantly lower rearrest rates than younger antisocial subjects . If this relationship exists , ( i.e. ...
“So you think you're an anti-racist? ... Racism, whiteness, and burnout in antiracism movements: How white racial justice activists elevate burnout in racial justice activists of color in the ... Journal of School Psychology, 46(4), ...
Author: Anjalé D. Welton
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
This edited volume expands on the existent research on anti-racist educational leadership by identifying what type of capacity building is needed for school administrators to facilitate anti-racist change in their schools. Racial inequities in education persist in part because the solutions that districts and schools choose to employ largely ignore why and how institutional and structural racism is the root cause of inequities in education. Yet, racial inequities in schooling can be redressed if districts and schools have leaders who are deeply committed to combatting racism in their daily practice and structures of schooling. This book underscores why we need more educational leaders who adopt an anti-racist stance in how they lead and are prepared to work toward racial justice and equity in a society so entrenched in racism. Through diverse perspectives and voices, including scholars in the field of educational leadership, sociologists of education, school and district administrators, and grassroots community members and activist groups, this book addresses issues related to anti-racist educational leadership at various levels.
... theatre: A political theatre against racism. TDR-The Drama Review: A Journal of Performance Studies, 63(1), 32–51. ... The struggle that cannot be named: Violence, space and the re-articulation of anti-racism in post-Duggan Britain.
Author: Manish Gupta
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
This unique volume shows how to tackle the challenges of diversity in the workplace. It addresses the need to keep the workforce engaged while taking into consideration the diverse backgrounds of employees. The book explores 12 themes of workforce diversity and culture, including differences of race, religion, gender, sexuality, income class, education level, marital status, generation/age, physical ability, and more. Focusing on the benefits of engaging a diverse workforce, the volume considers the issue through the different stages of the human resource process, including recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, demand forecasting, supply forecasting, job description and specification, job analysis and evaluation, training and development, career planning and development, succession planning, etc. Employing an abundance of case studies, the volume enables readers to comprehend what it means to have a diverse workforce and how to engage such a workforce for the betterment of the employees as well as the employer. The volume acts as a textbook for courses on diversity in human resource management as well as a valuable resource for HRM and other management professionals. The discussions and questions sections will be useful for faculty, and the short case studies are designed to keep students interested and engaged.
The relationship between job satisfaction and burnout : A study of human service professionals . ... In J.W. Jones ( Ed . ) , The burnout syndrome ( pp . 139-150 ) . ... International Journal of Psychoanalysis , 67 , 295-307 .
Author: Charles R. Figley
Publisher: Psychology Press
First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
published: 13 March 2020 doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00321 Validation of a Chinese Version of the Parental Burnout Assessment ... The students were asked to self-report their loneliness and life satisfaction at Time 1 and their anti-social ...
Evolving the JD-R model: The moderating effects of job resources and burnout taxonomies. ... Journal of Vocational Behavior, 79(1), 181–190. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2010.12.009 Karanika-Murray, M., Michaelides, G., & Wood, ...
Author: Siska Noviaristanti
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book contains selected papers presented at the 4th International Seminar of Contemporary Research on Business and Management (ISCRBM 2020), which was organized by the Alliance of Indonesian Master of Management Program (APMMI) and held in Surubaya, Indonesia, 25-27 November 2020. It was hosted by the Master of Management Program Indonesia University and co-hosts Airlangga University, Sriwijaya University, Trunojoyo University of Madura, and Telkom University, and supported by Telkom Indonesia and Triputra. The seminar aimed to provide a forum for leading scholars, academics, researchers, and practitioners in business and management area to reflect on current issues, challenges and opportunities, and to share the latest innovative research and best practice. This seminar brought together participants to exchange ideas on the future development of management disciplines: human resources, marketing, operations, finance, strategic management and entrepreneurship.