Title: Releasing the Energy of the Organisation
Author: Dr Richard Oxtoby
Size: 210mm x 148mm, 115 pages
ISBN: 978-1-920094-11-3 (print)
Who should read this book?
- Anyone whose heart sinks when they wake up on Monday morning and realise that the weekend is over and they have to go to work.
- Anyone in a position of leadership in any organisation – business, educational, religious, cultural, sporting, political or domestic.
- Anyone who is puzzled and distressed by the fact that their good intentions do not automatically translate into happy and mutually fulfilling interactions with others.
Leading Cape Town psychologist Dr Richard Oxtoby has written this book out of his passionate belief that the needs of the individual and those of the organisations to which they belong do not necessarily have to be in conflict. With the right human relations culture in place, the individual and the organisation can work together in harmonious synergy to satisfy both their needs. This book seeks to explain in simple, non-technical language some of the psychological principles governing human behaviour and experience. These principles provide a framework of understanding which will assist the reader to make sense of his or her own behaviour and the sometimes apparently inexplicable behaviour of others. The author’s aim is to help the reader to a deeper awareness of their own motivations, and to provide practical guidelines for releasing their often pent-up positive emotional energies into living a happier and more fulfilled life, thereby helping any organisation of which they are part to achieve its objectives more effectively.
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