MINDFULNESS UNTUK PRODUKTIVITAS KERJA SEBAGAI INTERVENSI KESIAPAN MENGHADAPI BEBAN KERJA PADA TENAGA KEPENDIDIKAN DI PERGURUAN TINGGI (Mindfulness for Work Productivity as an Intervention to Enhance Workload Preparedness among Educators in Higher Education)

Vemita Sinantia, Dianita Purnamasiwi, Sakinah Azzahra Saiputri, Syahrul Dwitama Putra Prasetya

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The objective of this community engagement program is to provide psychological support in the form of psychoeducation and simple psychotherapeutic practices to academic staff members in higher education institutions, aiming to enhance their readiness in coping with work-related burdens. The program targets 60 academic staff members whose workload profiles have been assessed using the NASA-TLX method. As a result, the academic staff members gain an understanding of the situations that can trigger work-related burdens, along with strategies to manage them. They also experience a heightened sense of relaxation and tranquility when confronting work challenges. Similar support activities are recommended for implementation among workers facing high workloads.


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workload, psychoeducation, mindfulness, education staff, beban kerja, mindfulness, psikoedukasi, tenaga kependidikan

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29103/uhjpm.v1i2.12215

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