Mese: Novembre 2014

La teoria della finestra rotta

Nel 1969, presso l’Università di Stanford (USA), il professor Philip Zimbardo ha condotto un esperimento di psicologia sociale. Lasciò due auto abbandonata in strada, due automobili identiche, la stessa marca, modello e colore. Una l’ ha lasciata nel Bronx, quindi una zona povera e conflittuale di New York ; l’altra a Palo Alto, una zona ricca e tranquilla della California. (altro…)

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Universal Communication
Barbara J. Cormack (United Kingdom) ‘‘If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” Henry Ford (1863 – 1947) Everyone is entitled to happiness, health, wealth, love, friendship, true expression, and peace of mind; but many don’t achieve the things they dream they woul…

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Acknowledgment: A Powerful Tool to Grow Individuals and Teams ‹
There has been significant research in the past fifty years regarding the benefits of positive reinforcement. In many settings, this approach has been coined Appreciative Inquiry (AI). AI is an approach to change that focuses on what is working well and builds on successes rather than on problem…

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The Right Path ‹
In order to promote professional coaching in a responsible, ethical fashion, it’s important to acknowledge that coaching may not be the right fit for everybody. Depending on an individual’s specific needs and situation, he or she might benefit more from another service, such as consulting, mentoring…

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