FLOURISHING THROUGH SELF-MANAGEMENT
Competencies that fall within the “Self-Management” category are not only critical components of workplace success, but of overall well-being. These competencies involve harnessing your inner resources to navigate challenges effectively. Adaptability, Regulation, and Resilience, while distinct, interplay as competencies in this category.
This part of your report is designed to help you develop these three competencies that work together to extinguish signs of stress and burnout.
As a protective factor against burnout, developing your capability to be adaptable will support you through stressful work situations, including organizational changes, work tasks or projects that require you to adjust your approach, or a problem that you need to identify alternate solutions to solve.
High Score Adaptability
Your survey responses indicate you have an adaptable perspective and approach to work.
Others likely see you as someone able to easily adjust methods or approach to best fit a problem, often proactively and with a positive attitude.
Low Score Adaptability
Your survey responses indicate you are capable of rising to meet the needs of the problems you face on the job and can be open to new ideas and suggestions.
You are more comfortable with relying on established approaches and tried-and-true methods to problem-solving. Shifting away from tried-and-true methods may be challenging at times, particularly with complex or difficult problems. The following step-by-step framework will support you through those situations.
Regulation tools enable us to cope with stress, reduce burnout, and navigate challenging situations with greater ease.
High Score Regulation
Your survey responses indicate behaviors related to regulation come naturally to you.
In fact, you are likely to be a stabilizing influence for others during stressful times and have a healthy confidence in your abilities.
Low Score Regulation
Your survey responses indicate you tend to remain calm and collected when confronted with typical stressors, though some situations require greater effort to avoid frustration, anxiety, or other stress inducing emotional responses.
Refining some of the skills in this area can lead to a less stressful, more balanced work life. One or more of the following strategies will likely help you through those situations.
Building work/life resiliency is critical. Resilience enhances job performance by supporting adaptability, problem-solving, and perseverance, and it also supports our well-being by protecting us against burnout.
High Score Resilience
Your survey responses indicate you are resilient and effectively navigate challenges and bounce back from setbacks.
Others likely see you as someone who is reliable and confident, and who recovers quickly from disappointing outcomes.
Low Score Resilience
Your survey responses indicate you generally cope well with challenges but may struggle if faced with large obstacles or ongoing pressures or stress.
You may need a bit more support in bouncing back from substantial challenges, although you show a willingness to learn and grow from those experiences. You demonstrate a degree of resiliency and have a great capability to grow in this area.