What is Health in an Organization? Insights from Analytical Ps...
Nov 3 2013
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco
2040 Gough St
San Francisco, CA 94109
Sunday, November 3, 2013
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Refreshments will be provided.
To be in analysis is gradually to feel one’s way toward a reliable process for distinguishing between what is healthy and what is toxic: between what works and even surprises us with its generativity and what is actually deadening.
That same reliable process can be applied to organizations and companies. An organizational “culture” can be enlivening; at the other extreme, it can systematically stamp out creativity and confidence in one’s own ideas. Whether for profit or to serve a non-profit cause, corporations fall into complexes. They then stagnate, but if they can identify what is limiting them, they can also grow.
This talk and discussion will be about how we can apply what can be learned from being in Jungian analysis to engage with the complexities of organizations.
Adam Frey, MBA, studied music at Harvard University and management at the University of California, Berkeley where he earned his MBA. Over a twenty-five year period, he held leadership positions in both the for-profit and non-profit music industries before becoming a management consultant. He is certified as a Master Practitioner in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, teaching and writing about psychological type and offering type consultations for individuals. Over the past twenty-five years, Adam has served the Institute as a volunteer, a Board member, and a consultant.
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