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A Useful TA Book

2 August 2015

I like Transactional Analysis. Very much. It’s full of useful tools and models to help me better understand myself and how I communicate with colleagues, clients and friends.

I find it accessible. And practical. And searching.

Increasingly clients ask for TA content in coaching micro-teaches and for workshops, because it’s full of useful behaviours to ponder, smile at and deploy.

If you’d like to learn more about yourself, or unpick a knotty people-issue then you’re welcome to say hello. Or, you could take a look at:

Working It Out At Work, by Julie Hay

…which is a well written and useful introduction to TA. I particularly like the exercises at the back and many clients have found it a good way to get to grips with TA in an organisational context.

Other books are available of course and this one is a good place to start.

Next week: How To Ask For Help


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How to manage your Modern Career

Published 2013 Marshall Cavendish



Bouncing Back

How to get going again after a career setback

Published 2012 Marshall Cavendish



How to Keep Your Job

Brilliant ways to increase performance, stay employed and keep the money rolling in

Published 2011 Marshall Cavendish



Job Hunting 3.0

Secrets and skills to sell yourself effectively in the Modern Age

Published 2010 Marshall Cavendish



Leave the Bastards Behind

An insider's guide to working for yourself

Published 2007 Cyan Books and Marshall Cavendish



My Boss is a Bastard

Surviving turmoil at work

Published 2006 Cyan Books and Marshall Cavendish


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