Tips and stories to add value to you and your organisation
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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