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What is Stress?. An imbalance between demand and ability to meet those demands in the allotted time frame . . Types of Stress. Eustress desirable outcome of stress motivational results Distress negative outcome results in emotional and physical illness.

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what is stress
What is Stress?

An imbalance between demand and ability to meet those demands in the allotted time frame.

types of stress
Types of Stress
  • Eustress
    • desirable outcome of stress
    • motivational results
  • Distress
    • negative outcome
    • results in emotional and physical illness
individual differences in stress
Individual Differences in Stress
  • Stress Personalities
    • Type A vs. Type B
    • Pessimists vs. Optimists
    • Dempcy & Tihista’s Seven Personality Types
  • Gender, Ethnicity, Race
  • Stress Sensitization
dempcy tihista s seven personality types
Dempcy & Tihista’s Seven Personality Types
  • Pleasers
  • Internal Timekeepers
  • Strivers
  • Inner Con Artists
  • Critical Judges
  • Worriers
  • Sabertooths
stressors personal
StressorsPersonal
  • Fear
  • Resistance
  • Resentment
stressors occupational
StressorsOccupational
  • Role conflict
  • Role ambiguity
  • Role overload
  • Poor person/organization fit
  • Work environment
  • Change
  • Relations with others
stressors others
StressorsOthers
  • Minor frustration
  • Forecasting
  • Residual
organizational consequences of stress
Organizational Consequences of Stress
  • Job Burnout
  • Job Performance (curvilinear relationship)
  • Increased Absenteeism
  • Increased Turnover
  • Drug/Alcohol Abuse
managing stress planning for stress
Managing StressPlanning for Stress
  • Exercise
  • Laughter
  • Diet
  • Quit or reduce smoking
  • Sleep
  • Support groups
  • Self-empowerment
  • Coping skills
managing stress during and after stress
Managing StressDuring and After Stress
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Time management
workplace violence perpetrators
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
Reducing Workplace Violence
  • Security measures
  • Better employee screening methods
  • Increased management awareness