Self-Management Self-Test (SMST)
Self-management is an active approach to dealing with the challenges of a globalized world. Self-management is based on the theory of self-regulation, self-efficacy and shared learning. This approach can help you to cope with difficulties and improve your ability to manage yourself and others well. Self-management can help you to strengthen your self-regulation capacity and develop individual strategies to prevent mental exhaustion.
The Self-Management Self-Test (SMST) was developed to assess your self-management competence. It consists of five questions, each one of which relates to one of the five dimensions of self-management. Each question is answered on a scale of 0 to 4 points. At the end of the test, all points are added up automatically to give you the final result. This result tells you how you are doing presently and how high your self-management competence is.
The SMST is based on the self-management concept developed by Dr. Peter M. Wehmeier, whose approach is explained in detail in his book:
Wehmeier, P. M.: Erfolg ist, wenn es mir gut geht! Burnout vermeiden durch Selbstmanagement. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen 2013
© 2014 Peter M. Wehmeier