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Transactional analysis at work a guide for business and professional people by Maurice F. VillereМЃ

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Published by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Organizational behavior.,
  • Organizational effectiveness.,
  • Transactional analysis.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMaurice F. Villeré.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD58.7 .V54
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 256 p. ;
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4265967M
ISBN 100139281509, 0139281436
LC Control Number81011905

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  Carol Solomon, Ph.D., is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (clinical) and a psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. In addition to her psychotherapy practice, she is at work on a book about the ending of intimate by: 2. Transactional Analysis (TA) is a fascinating theory of communication. It was created by Eric Berne in the s and s but is still very much used today. The theory is based on the idea that we have 3 parts (or Ego States) to our personality (the Parent, the Adult and the Child). Parent, Adult and Child Ego States exist in each of us. This page contains links to all of Eric Berne’s published books as well as to some of his journal articles. Clicking on each link will bring you to a page dedicated to that particular piece of work. In addition, there are links to other publications by other authors writing on the themes of Eric Berne and/or Transactional Analysis.. A Complete List of all the books of Dr. Eric Berne MD. Transactional analysis is completely focused on the ways you relate, whether that is a t work, home, or in your love life. It doesn’t spend hours looking at your past to find answers to your problems, but believes that it is your social interactions that create both your sense of self and your emotional states.

This is why I'd rather recommend "The Transactional Analysis: An Introduction" by Stewart and Joines. Nevertheless, it is a standard work whose study can bring the reader closer to Eric Berne. In my online basic course you will get to know the different concepts of Transactional Analysis including games and the drama triangle. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carby, Keith. Transactional analysis at work. London: Institute of Personnel Management, (OCoLC) to have a conversation about the weather, the football or a book that you are reading. Child to child transactions can also be great when you need creative minds that will come up with new and innovate ideas. When it comes to Transactional Analysis in the workplace, the best idea is to be aware of the interactions that you have. Transactional Analysis. If only we could understand people’s behaviour at work. Especially when communication so often seems to create, rather than solve, problems. Well, there is a big idea for that. It’s called Transactional Analysis. Transactional Analysis (TA) has its roots firmly in psychotherapy.