HOW TO BEAT BURNOUT
- Antecedents and Consequences of Burnout in Accounting: Beyond the Role Stress Model. Fogarty, Timothy J.; Singh, Jagdip; Rhoads, Gary K.; Moore, Ronald K. // Behavioral Research in Accounting;2000, Vol. 12, p31
The burnout condition of employees is a well-known phenomenon in psychology and several applied business disciplines. Despite some degree of recognition in the practice community, little explicit recognition of this topic appears to exist in the accounting literature. This paper develops the...
- HOW CLOSE ARE YOU TO BURNOUT? McConnell, Edwina A. // RN;May81, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p29
Presents a guide for spotting the signs of burnout in nurses and the potential stressors that lead to it. Symptoms of burnout; Types of potential stressors; How to deal with stress and head off burnout.
- HOW TO AVOID OVERWORK BURNOUT. // USA Today Magazine;Mar2003, Vol. 131 Issue 2694, p9
Provides tips for managers on avoiding burnout due to overworking. Amount of hours that managers spend each week on the job; Advice on prioritizing tasks; Importance of training other employees.
- The perils of performance overload. Quinn, Michael // Strad;Dec2010, Vol. 121 Issue 1448, p31
The article explores the perils of performance overload on young instrumentalists. Physiotherapist Drusilla Redma says that pressure on musicians can be severe as huge expectations are expected to them. Psychological stress experienced by young soloists is considered to be as great as physical...
- burnout: a manager's worst nightmare. Stanley, T. L. // Supervision;May2004, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p11
Discusses how work stress could result to burnout. Definition of burnout; Causes; Symptoms; Ways for managers to deal with burnout.
- Avoiding Job Burnout. // American Salesman;Feb2010, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p30
The article offers tips for employees on avoiding job burnout. It advises employees to give themselves 15 minutes each day to sort out problems in a calm manner. It suggests drafting an action plan to achieve realistic goals. It explains why it is important for an employee to talk to his or her...
- How to: avoid burnout. Thomas, Daniel // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;3/8/2007, Vol. 197 Issue 4466, p8
This article offers tips to prevent burnout, a state of emotional exhaustion. A person who is constantly overworked and under pressure is likely to suffer a burnout. Typical symptoms include tiredness, loss of productivity, cynicism, high rates of absenteeism, interpersonal conflict, substance...
- ASSESSING-EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION AMONG THE AUSTRALIAN CLERGY: INTERNAL RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF THE SCALE OF EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION IN MINISTRY (SEEM). Francis, Leslie J.; Kaldor, Peter; Shevlin, Mark; Lewis, Christopher Alan // Review of Religious Research;Mar2004, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p269
The concept of emotional exhaustion is central to understanding the phenomenon of burnout among those engaged in people-centred caring professions. The Scale of Emotional Exhaustion in Ministry (SEEM) was developed and tested on a sample of 4,370 Australian clergy who participated in the...
- Gaining a New Perspective Or, I Didn't Know I Was in a Rut!! Amspaugh-Corson, Linda // Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin;Summer2005, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p53
Provides an insight to educators on what to do when they feel burned out. Need for educators to try alternative experiences; Experience as a Court Appointed Special Advocate; Feeling of being a novice again.