Психологическая работа с организационными конфликтами: бизнес-психолог как посредник
The article discusesone of the difficult areas in professional practice of business psychologist. Their conflict competence, as a rule, is expected from others. This type of activities is considered in the context of the three major forms of group psychological work – facilitation, moderation and mediation. Briefly describe the modern views on the nature of social conflicts and work with them. Separately, focuses on process-oriented approach in psychology and psychotherapy, in which the deep democracy principle is realized for organizational conflicts on base the method of "world work", which is incorporated into the social technology of open forums (A. Mindell, M. Schupbach, S. Siver).
This chapter describes basic approaches to the study of socio-psychological climate of the organization and its structural components and the formation factors, discussed problems of diagnosis of socio-psychological climate and its relationship to job satisfaction and efficiency of joint activities. General description of the conflicts in the organization, their typology and the main methods of conflict resolution are presented.
It has been noted that it has been the case that it has been recognized as a paradigm. Krüger, MacInnes, and Hunt (2014) propose that it is possible to re-enterrant processing. In the case of experiments, we’ve been working on the asynchrony (CTOA) ranging from -300 to + 1000ms. An analysis of the reaction time has been shown in the analysis of the reaction time. . In the experiment, we’ve eliminated the need for restriction, and (b) the discrete, and (c) blocked discrete CTOAs. Results obtained in the continuous and binned conditions showed no facilitation but robust IOR. We found both early facilitation and IOR in the blocked condition. Overall, he received a suggestion of different underlying mechanisms. Second,
The authors discuss why conflicts emerge and how they are settled in different African regions and countries. Prospects for their peaceful resolution are studied. Basing on case studies, the authors propose theoretical approaches to conflicts.
Any activity on the organization of a foreign activity as meta-activities should have coherent and consistent methodological basis. Facilitation belongs to the category of metaactivity. Therefore, it should also have its own methodology. The purpose of this article is to present a methodological framework facilitating activities highlight, describe and analyze. The methodological basis for the model offacilitation session design presented in this article includes three levels of planning: strategic level (level of objectives and results); tactical level (level of facilitation methods and techniques); and logistics (the level of movement of people, materials and information management).
This article investigates the problem of optimizing child-parental relationships with “Early psycho-social intervention program WHO/ICDP” in the Russian environment.We conducted a study of 75 parents who have normally developing children from ages 0-7 (a total of 75 children) and took part in the ICDP program. Before participating in the ICDP program, the parents’ self-attitudes stay positive, but yet show some inner contradictions. The most controversial domain is power and influence, dominance and suppression as opposed to understanding and accepting a child. The results show to us that the ICDP program has corrected the parents' attitudes: it strengthens an educator’s positive role for a parent, develops the positive image of a child, and improves positive parenting skills (understanding and accepting a child's wishes, interests and abilities; emotional self-control; positive regulation of a child's behavior). The program allows parents to find inner resources for optimization of child-parental relationships.
The paper focuses on facilitation methods, one of the most rapidly developing areas of applied psychology. A new approach to development of group efficacy based on a range of facilitation techniques and methods is proposed. Facilitation reveals itself as a robust tool of group dynamics improvement. The paper summarizes the rich Western experience of implementing the facilitation technologies and reveals the utility of its application to facilitate organizational and social change in enterprises.