Contemporary Psychological Assessment & Development Across Australian & New Zealand

Pressure Management Indicator

The PMI provides a comprehensive, compact measure of occupational stress, wellbeing, and coping mechanisms. The PMI examines sources of pressure against individual behavioural and coping strategies to explore its effects on various organisational and personal dimensions.

Sources of Pressure:

  • Workload
  • Relationships
  • Recognition
  • Organisational Climate
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Managerial Role
  • Home/Work Balance
  • Daily Hassles

 Individual Differences:

  • Personal Influence
  • Patience
  • Drive
  • Control
  • Problem Focus
  • Social Support
  • Life Work Balance


  • Job Satisfaction
  • Organisational Satisfaction
  • Organisational Security
  • Organisational Commitment
  • State of Mind
  • Resilience
  • Confidence
  • Physical Symptoms
  • Energy Levels

By combining these factors, the PMI can pinpoint which sources the respondent perceives to be giving them the most stress, awareness of their current coping strategies, and also provide suggestions on how to improve their ability to cope. The PMI would be particularly useful to help counsel current employees and address areas of concern.


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