Tag Archives: Carl Jung

All you need is work: the day job and identity

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Take Away Line Confusing your work ‘mask’ with your true self can sow seeds of later personal difficulty. But having a healthy approach to personal growth is not only a self-evidently good thing, it is also something that a good … Continue reading

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Knowing me, knowing you: personality profiling

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Take Away Line   Few people know that Jung provided the basis for many of the personality profiling tools that virtually all organisations use in selection assessments and use in team and organisational development.  Drawing on Jungian theory, the Myers Briggs … Continue reading

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Into the deep: the unconscious at work

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Take Away Line Developing the ability to reflect on the impact others have on us and how we impact on others takes us inevitably into the zone of those things we do ‘automatically’, perhaps to good effect, perhaps to ill … Continue reading

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Great Minds: What organisational thinking owes to CG Jung

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Take-Away Line Jung’s influence on the way we think about work and our lives at work and, quite indirectly, about how we develop organisations was immense.  Yet, this was never his purpose.  His influence can be felt in how we … Continue reading

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