Change in Organisations
Organisations are complex webs of diverse human relationships. This diversity is reflected in the structure of this book: a kaleidoscope of thought on psychology at work. Among the topics covered are: core competencies in organisational consulting, redundancy counselling, the differential outcomes of organisational change, prioritising organisational interventions, human relationships at work in organisations, the pseudocompetent executive, and burn-out.
Analysis Journal awareness become Berne boundaries burn-out Bystanding chaos theory Chapter characterised CLARKSON The Problem competency conflict confusion consultant's Counselling Psychology counsellors countertransference create creative Cycle of gestalt cyclic danger deal destructive developmental distress effective emotional employees environment eustress example experience experienced external facilitate feelings fractal framework gestalt formation gestalt psychology Gestalt Therapy group dynamics group imago group leader group members group process healthy Heraclitus holism homeostasis human identified important individual intervention involved issues kitbag learning London meaning ment metaphor natural cycle norms organisation development organisation's organisational change organisational consultants particular patterns Perls personal development groups personality type PETRŪSKA CLARKSON phases physical Physis professional development programme pseudocompetency psychological psychotherapy quantum quantum physics racket system recognise redundant response rience role self-actualisation sense situation social stages stress structure T.S. Eliot therapy tion trainers Transactional Analysis understanding unfinished relationship whole