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How to save your soul from getting too callused
Mental health is becoming an increasingly important topic. For this talk Andrew will focus on one particular aspect of mental health, burnout. Including his own personal experiences of when it can get really bad and steps that could be taken to help catch it early.
Let’s unpack society’s general misunderstanding of the latest buzzword- burnout, shall we?
Christina Maslach defines and explains burnout, in particular relating it to activism. She gives tips and lessons for avoiding it. Recorded at the Hero Round...
DOES19 London — Burnout is a hot topic in today's workplace, given its high costs for both employees and organizations. What causes this problem? And what ca...
Personal boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits that a person creates to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards them and how they will respond when someone passes those limits.[1] They are built out of a mix of conclusions, beliefs, opinions, attitudes, past experiences and social learning.[2][3] This concept or life skill has been widely referenced in self-help books and used in the counseling profession since the mid-1980s.[4]
Taibi Kahler (born 1943) is a psychologist, author, and presidential communications advisor.[1] He added the concepts of the Miniscript and Drivers[2] to Transactional analysis theory[3] and developed them into the 'Process Therapy Model' (PTM) and the 'Process Communication Model' (PCM) of human personality and communication. PTM / PCM theory was used at NASA to vet astronaut candidates for the shuttle programme and Bill Clinton used it to tailor his political speeches. PCM is currently applied to corporate management, interpersonal communications, education,[4] and real-time analysis of call centre interactions.[5][6]
This test helps to find your primary driver(s). Reply to each question with a number from 1 to 5, where 1 means „I don‘t agree with the statement“, and 5 means „I fully agree with the statement“. There are 50 questions, reply to them without thinking much. Results will be shown below.
What are drivers? Drivers are unconscious internal pressures that makes us do things certain ways, e.g. quickly or with emotion, and they tend to satisfy inner needs rather than actual events. The psychologist Kahler identified five Drivers. Each Driver has positive merits but when we’re stressed, busy and tired we may go into ‘overdrive’. They can be unhelpful and get in the way of us being our brilliant selves. We all have a tendency toward a particular Driver or Drivers. Being aware of our tendency can be helpful during times of change and transition to get the best from our working style and reduce patterns of stress.