CCD Burnout Discussion - LBryan PP

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Stress Indicator: What do you see? : 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Stress Indicator: What do you see? Slide 2: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Act Feel Tell a Story See/ Hear Source of Stress: External or Self Generated? (Patterson, et al. 2005) Slide 3: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Patterson, et al. 2004 Stress-related Thoughts, Emotions, & Actions : 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Stress-related Thoughts, Emotions, & Actions Fear is linked with the urge to escape Anger to the urge to attack Disgust with the urge to expel Positive Psychology Research : 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Positive Psychology Research Widens scope of attention Broadens options for behavior Increases intuition & creativity Speed recovery from stress & after-affect of negative experiences Barbara Fredrickson: Build and Broaden Theory of Positive Emotions Positive Emotions Tendencies : 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Positive Emotions Tendencies Joy - to play (creativity) Interest – to explore (innovation) Contentment - to savor Pride – to share Love - to play, explore, save with love ones Slide 7: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Positive Psychology Research Question: Does the amount of genuine positive thought and emotions really impact innovation and/or burnout? Answer: Yes, at a ratio of 3:1 positive to negative interactions. Maarcial Losada: “The Losada Line” Complex Dynamics of Three Types of Business Teams : 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Complex Dynamics of Three Types of Business Teams Fredrickson & Lasada,(2005) Slide 9: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Act Feel Tell a Story See/ Hear Source of Stress: External or Self Generated? (Patterson, et al. 2005) Slide 10: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources (Adams, 2004) Slide 11: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Change Your Thoughts; Reduce Your Stress Who’s to blame? What’s wrong with me? What’s wrong with the other person? How can I be in control? Why bother? What do I want? What’s right with me? What right with the other person? What’s useful here? What can I learn? What’s possible? What’s best to do now? (Adams, 2004) Slide 12: 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Simple Strategy with Long-term Benefits Do Your Best Don’t Worry Be Happy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IERzx5Spic&mode=related&search= Sources : 9/12/2007 Linda Bryan CU Library Human Resources Sources Adams, Marilee. Change Your Questions Change Your Life. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2004, (pp. 32-33). Frederickson, Barbara L., Losada, Marcial F., “Positive Affect and the Complex Dynamics of Human Flourishing,” American Psychological Association, Volume 60, October 2005, (pp. 678-686). http://www.bus.umich.edu/Positive/PDF/fredrickson&losada.pdf Frederickson, Barbara L., “The Role of Positive Emotions in Positive Psychology,” American Psychologist, Volume 56, March 2001, (pp. 218-226). http://www.unc.edu/peplab/publications/role.pdf Patterson, Kerry, Grenny, Joseph, MeMillan, Ron, & Switzler Al. Crucial Conversations: Tools for talking when stakes are high. New York: McGraw Hill, 2005. (p. 125).

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