Interprets and reports on your AWS and MBI-GS scores. You complete the survey and Transform™ generates your report. Transform will connect this report to the “Send To” email provided at checkout.
Maslach Burnout Toolkit for General Use
Report About Me
by by Michael P. Leiter, Christina Maslach, Susan E. Jackson, and Wilmar Schaufeli
Copyright © 2012, 2017 by Michael P. Leiter, Christina Maslach, Susan E. Jackson, and Wilmar Shaufeli
The Maslach Burnout Toolkit for General Use combines the Maslach Burnout Inventory General Survey (MBI-GS) and the Areas of Worklife Survey (AWS) to measure burnout in the worklife context.
Upon purchase, you will receive an email invitation from firstname.lastname@example.org to complete the AWS and MBI-GS. After completing the survey, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access your report.
To review a sample report, please click here.
Can You Make It Better
The Maslach Burnout Inventory MBI-ES and the Areas of Worklife Survey
Your Ratings on Burnout Compared to General Norms
Suggestions for Reducing Job Stress
Your Worklife Ratings
Your Percentile Scores Compared to General Population Norms
The Areas of Worklife Scales Meaningful to You
Alternative Report Type
Need to generate reports for other people? Purchase one or more Individual Report.
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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.
Susan E. Jackson, Ph.D., is Distinguished Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Strategic Planning at Rutgers University (Piscataway, NJ). Her primary areas of expertise include managing for environmental sustainability, work team diversity, and strategic human resource management systems.
Wilmar B. Schaufeli is an occupational health psychologist, professor of work and organizational psychology at Utrecht University (Utrecht, Netherlands), and Distinguished Research Professor at Leuven University (Leuven, Belgium).