The Stress-management Questionnaire describes the participant’s ability to cope with difficult and stressful situations and it is aimed especially at employees in highly demanding positions and positions requiring high level of stress-resistance.
The Stress-management Questionnaire observes twelve basic strategies people use in reaction to stress or psychological strain. Individuals tend to apply these strategies automatically and unintentionally, i.e. it is not a conscious choice based on evaluation of circumstances and decision-making. Preference of some of these strategies over others is the result of a number of factors: prior experience, personal traits, upbringing, other influence from the outside world, defense mechanisms, etc. The aim of this questionnaire is to help the respondent realize the strategies they prefer and to teach them, when in need, to deliberately use the strategies which have a generally positive impact on handling stress.
In case of a group output, the questionnaire allows a timely identification of groups at risk of burning out or other kinds of risks.
Aside from output in the form of an easy-to-read chart, there is also a text output which comments on the most preferred strategies, analyses risks arising from the overuse of other strategies and evaluates globally the impact of strategies applied, along with their interpretation.
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