Ideology, Conflict, and Leadership in Groups and Organizations

Hardcover | June 16, 1998

byOtto Kernberg

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In this book a psychoanalytic clinician and theoretician integrates current knowledge of the psychodynamics of individuals, groups, and organizations into a new theoretical framework. Otto F. Kernberg shows how the interplay of libidinal and aggressive impulses enacted within the dynamic unconscious of the individual also occurs at the level of groups and social organizations. He sheds new light on the turbulent nature of human interactions in groups, suggests how this understanding may help resolve conflicts at the group and institutional levels, and provides a model for achieving effective institutional change.

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A psychoanalytic clinician and theoretician of world renown, Dr. Otto Kernberg shows how the interplay of libidinal and aggressive impulses enacted within the dynamic unconscious of the individual also occurs at the level of groups and social organizations. He sheds new light on the turbulent nature of human interactions in groups and ...

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In this book a psychoanalytic clinician and theoretician integrates current knowledge of the psychodynamics of individuals, groups, and organizations into a new theoretical framework. Otto F. Kernberg shows how the interplay of libidinal and aggressive impulses enacted within the dynamic unconscious of the individual also occurs at the...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:335 pages, 9.25 × 6.13 × 0.98 inPublished:June 16, 1998Publisher:Yale University Press

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ISBN - 10:0300073550

ISBN - 13:9780300073553

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A psychoanalytic clinician and theoretician of world renown, Dr. Otto Kernberg shows how the interplay of libidinal and aggressive impulses enacted within the dynamic unconscious of the individual also occurs at the level of groups and social organizations. He sheds new light on the turbulent nature of human interactions in groups and suggests how this understanding may help to resolve conflicts at the group and institutional levels.