WHO: Three Dimensions of Burnout

WHO: Three Dimensions of Burnout

The World Health Organization or WHO included burnout in the 2019 iteration of its International Classification of Diseases or IDC-11. It specifically defined the condition as a phenomenon applied in an occupation context, and thus, a syndrome conceptualized resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. Note that the organization limited the […]

What is Jekyll and Hyde Leadership?

What is Jekyll and Hyde Leadership?

In their article published in the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, researchers Jessie Lee, Gang Wang, and Ronald F. Piccolo introduced the concept of Jekyll and Hyde Leadership in a multilevel and multi-sample examination of charisma and abuse on follower and team outcomes. Take note that “Jekyll” and “Hyde” are two fictional characters from […]

The Benefits of Open Office Spaces

The Benefits of Open Office Spaces

Open office spaces have received criticisms due to their limitations or problems and disadvantages. However, in some circumstances, an open-office workspace can have benefits or advantages to both employees and an organization. The Benefits and Advantages of Open Office Spaces: What is Good About Them? 1. Obviously, one of the advantages of open office spaces is that […]

What Is Wrong About Open Office Spaces?

What Is Wrong About Open Office Spaces?

Open office spaces have benefits or advantages. However, in certain situations and from another perspective, this floor plan configuration has limitations or problems and disadvantages affecting both individual employees and in general, the organization involved. The Criticism and Disadvantages of Open Office Spaces: What is Bad About Them? 1. Distraction is one of the disadvantages […]