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Factors creating stress • Blue-50 percent of general population • Broken promises • Too much negative criticism. • People talking about them behind their backs. • Not discussing what is occurring. • Conflict • Lying • Rejection • Lack of social contacts • Placing the system before people in it.
Factors creating stress • Gold- 10 percent of general population • Incomplete tasks • Ambiguous Tasks (Vague,Unclear,confusing) • Disorganization • Too many things going on at the same time. • People who do not follow through • Too many questions directed at them • Irresponsibility of others • Waste • Changing details • Lack of structure • Lack of direction
Factors creating stress • Green- 30 percent of general population • Not being in charge • Lack of independence • Incompetence (Lack of) • Emotional delays • Lack of options • Inability to use or display knowledge • Small-talk • Routine • Social Functions • Lack of recognition of high ability.
Factors creating stress • Orange- 10 percent of general population • Too much responsibility • Redundancy • Deadlines • Rules and regulations • Being stuck at a desk • Non-negotiable and imposed structure. • Too much attention to product and not enough to performance/results. • Criticism • Lack of fun at work or in school
Review for the test • Understand and be able to explain what stress is. • The stages of the adaptation syndrome. (alarm, resistance and exhaustion stage) • Stress can be categorized into 3 main areas and examples of them. • Stress Signals and examples • Long term stress and its complications • What happens to the body during stress. • Essay- choose 3 stressors in your life and for each 1 write the following. • 1.Identify what the stressor is and 2.what are some signs you get that you identify that you are under stress. • How do you cope with the stress 3.both negative and positive examples. • What could you do 4.in the future to lower the amount of stress in your life?