Profiles as a Way of Learning More About Resilience
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Britt, Shen, Sinclair, Grossman, and Klieger (2016) discuss employee resilience trajectories, noting that only a few studies taking this approach have been conducted in the workplace. They recommend that with such an approach it is essential to assess baseline functioning, document adversity, and gather longitudinal data. They also point out the need to clarify what variables should be measured in the demonstration of resilience and suggest that resilience trajectories across different outcomes may or may not converge. We agree that trajectories are a promising approach to studying employee resilience. However, conceptualizing trajectories as profiles provides additional meaningful concepts for describing the demonstration of resilience. These concepts have the potential for moving theory and research beyond the work on trajectories described by Britt et al.
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Industrial and Organizational Psychology, v. 9, issue 2, p. 503-508
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Becker, Thomas E. and Ferry, Diane L., "Profiles as a Way of Learning More About Resilience" (2016). School of Information Systems and Management Sarasota Manatee Campus Faculty Publications. 149.