Exploring the Relationship Between a Multidimensional and Multifaceted Burnout Concept and Self-Rated Performance
This study examines the relationship between burnout and performance among three samples of account managers. Using a multidimensional and multifaceted burnout instrument, the authors tried to uncover meaningful configurations based on the basic symptoms of burnout and the role members to whom these symptoms refer. Subsequently, the authors explored how the revealed burnout configurations are related to in-role and extra-role performance. Cluster analysis resulted in five burnout configurations, including the burned-out group, the non-burned-out group, and three moderately burned-out groups. As predicted, the burnout configurations performed differently.
|Keywords||burnout, extra-role performance, in-role performance, self-regulation|
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.1177/0149206304271602, hdl.handle.net/1765/12694|
Demerouti, E., Verbeke, W.J.M.I., & Bakker, A.B.. (2005). Exploring the Relationship Between a Multidimensional and Multifaceted Burnout Concept and Self-Rated Performance. Journal of Management, 31(2), 186–209. doi:10.1177/0149206304271602