Training intervention to promote motivation and well-being
AbstractProfessional stress and burnout, namely in the case of teaching and health occupations, is a problem that needs solutions. The training of skills could be an important way to solve the situations of occupational stress, demotivation and ill-being. By Positive Psychology, a training program also could increase motivation and well-being. Thus, in this paper we presented a training motivational program, as well as a synthesis of the results regarding its implementation on several action-research using samples of teachers, physicians and nurses, and other groups of participants with the necessary adaptations of the program (n = 424). In general, the results indicate the benefits of this program for the participants, improving motivation and well-being.
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