In various comparisons between Individual Psychology and Humanistic Psychology similarities in the concept of man are seen. Furthermore the connections in the life history between Adler, the founder of Individual Psychology, and Maslow and Rogers, the two most important persons in Humanistic Psychology are shown here; Adler even was their teacher in New York in a certain extent. Theoretical convergences and divergences between the both edifices of ideas are reviewed and on the basis of concrete statements Adler's role as a guiding intellectual force of the movement of Humanistic Psychology and Person-centered Approach is pointed out. Finally the growing discussion about efforts for integration between the different therapeutic approaches will be examined.
The report traces the development of the transformational leadership concept. Emphasizes that the interaction between leader and subordinates is constructed in such a way that the satisfaction of the needs for self-actualization and professional fulfillment contributes to the achievement of organizational goals.
The collection includes the abstracts for the 3rd International Conference of the Society of Person-Centered Approach (September 25-27, 2014, HSE, Moscow)