Builds a report that interprets an individual's MBI-GS scores. You invite participants to take the survey and Transform™ generates their reports.
Maslach Burnout Inventory - General Survey (MBI-GS)
by Michael P. Leiter and Christina Maslach
Copyright © 2012-2016 by Michael P. Leiter and Christina Maslach
Upon purchase of a MBI-GS Individual Report, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org which includes a login link to your Mind Garden Transform account where you will administer the MBI-GS survey via a campaign. Follow the steps to create the campaign, set the campaign options, invite your participants to complete the survey, and monitor their progress. Upon a participant's completion of the survey, their MBI-GS Individual Report is automatically generated and released at your discretion.
Each MBI-GS Individual Report includes one MBI-GS Transform Survey Hosting (Data) license (to collect the data) and one MBI-GS Individual Report license (to generate the report).
To review a sample MBI-GS Individual Report, please click here.
2. The Maslach Burnout Inventory - General Survey - MBI-GS
3. How You Rated Yourself
Frequency Scores of Your Group (if applicable)
4. How You Rated Yourself on Burnout Compared to Norms
Your Percentile Scores Compared to Your Group (if applicable)
5. General Guidance: Making Sense of Your Results
6. Some Responses to Burnout
7. General Guidance: Can You Make It Better?
8. Suggestions for Reducing Job Stress
9. All Items by Scale
Optionally, a MBI-GS Group Report - which calculates and summarizes average scores for a group of participants - can be generated from the data collected from the MBI-GS Individual Reports. Requires the purchase of a MBI-GS Group Report license. For more info about the MBI-GS Group Report, please click here.
Alternative Report Type - Report About Me
If you want a MBI-GS report for yourself only, purchase a MBI-GS Report About Me.
To view a sample report, click here.
Michael P. Leiter, Ph.D., is an organizational psychologist interested in the relationships of people with their work. He is a professor at Acadia University and researches through the Centre for Organizational Research & Development (Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada).
Christina Maslach, PhD, is a pioneering researcher on job burnout, who has won several awards for her work (most recently, the 2017 Application of Personality and Social Psychology Award). She is a Professor Emerita of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and a researcher at its Healthy Workplaces center.
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