Points of influence: a guide to using personality theory at work
Groups, teams, and other new ways of working together have become commonplace in today's organizations. In spite of all of these changes, one element remains the same: the basic building block of all work activities is the individual employee. Points of Influence helps coach managers, team leaders, and trainers to gain a better understanding of employee motivation and how they can influence behavior, increase their own personal self-awareness, and expand their managerial skills.
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The Internal Being
The Collective Unconscious
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Aaron Beck accept Albert Ellis anxiety application approach archetype asked aspects B. F. Skinner basic Beck Beck's beliefs BFST boundaries Bowen Family System Carl Rogers Chapter client cognitive conflict consultant cycle of experience defined described effective Ellis's emotional system ence energy environment example Family System Theory feedback feelings focus focused forces framework Freud Freudian function gender Gestalt psychology Gestalt theory Gestalt Therapy goal help individuals Horney Horney's ideas identified illustrate Influence for Dealing influence point internal involved Jung Karen Horney Kurt Lewin Laura Perls learning Leary Lewin Marshak MBTI Murray Bowen nizations orga organization development organizational level Perls person point of influence Polster position powerful practitioner problem psychological growth rational reactions reinforcement relationship responsibility Robert Marshak Rogers's theory Shadow situation Skinner social superego task theorists thinking thoughts tion triangle unconditional positive regard unconscious understanding workplace York