In this activity you'll explain the stress in your life. You'll also identify ways to reduce stress and handle your current levels of stress.
In this learning activity you'll evaluate your stress journals by responding to questions to identify potential stressors of their future careers and personal lives.
In this learning activity you'll explore the benefits of journaling to evaluate levels of stress. You can personalize the design of your own journal and print it for immediate use.
In this learning activity you'll complete eight methods of making decisions by identifying advantages and disadvantages of each method.
In this learning activity you'll apply knowledge about eustress to high and low stressors in your life.
In this learning activity you'll match definitions of motivational terms with terms and concepts found in a puzzle.
In this learning activity you'll list three decisions and the methods you used when making your decisions. You'll also learn about decision making methods.
In this learning activity you'll discover three factors that affect group performance: group cohesiveness, communication structure, and individual roles.
Learners see and hear how motivation on the job can be compared to the use of a bicycle. They then write an explanation of how this theory can be applied to a situation in their own workplace.
In this learning activity you'll respond to questions regarding stress and design a journal to monitor their stressors.
In this learning activity you'll analyze the impact of various factors in their lives. They are then transformed by a new identity. They analyze the potential impact of this new identity and compare it to their initial lives.
Learners choose responses in workplace situations that are compared to positive-attitude responses. They evaluate their responses, looking for areas in which they would like to improve.
In this learning activity you'll discover different learning styles and apply their strategies to your personal learning style.