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The Change Leader : Using a Gestalt Approach With Work Groups
Karp, Hank B.
Pfeiffer / Jossey-Bass (Wiley) / Softcover / 1995-09-01 / 0883904691
Gestalt Therapy
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For the first time, here is a practical, basic guide to leading individuals and groups through change, from a Gestalt perspective. Step-by-step, this reference guide shows you how to lead change efforts and implement them with maximum results.
Taking a micro-approach to change, this unique resource is presented in workbook form to teach you:
The roles that power and self-interest play in the change process
What power really is and how it works
Aspects of, assumptions about, and steps in the change process
The role of the change leader and styles of change leadership
How to frame and present the demand for change
How to develop a change contract with the group
How to explore the change and obtain commitment to it
What resistance really is and how to work with it
How to negotiate aspects of the change
What situational exclusion is and when to use it
How to conduct the change meeting and implement the change
Packed with action steps, examples, and activities for the change leader and the group, The Change Leader is a necessary reference for every manager, trainer, and consultant called on to effect change and organizational improvement. --- from the publisher

Contents:

Introduction.
Power and Self-Interest: The Driving Forces Behind Change.
Understanding Change.
The Dynamics of Change.
The Change Contract.
Techniques for Obtaining Commitment.
Working With Resistance.
Negotiating Change.
Situational Exclusion.
Implementing Change.
Answers.
Index.

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