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They address the historical and philosophical foundations of the field, including its organizational culture; behavioral aspects, such as leadership styles, the skills and techniques needed to develop sergeants, succession planning, motivation, and using transactional analysis and the Myers-Brigg Type Indicator to understand behavior; functional aspects like management planning, problem identification and decision making, management by objectives, and fiscal management; and major issues, such as use of power, use of force, civil liability and accreditation, ethics, the police presence in schools, the assessment center process, and leading small and medium-sized agencies.
Transactional analysis Typically, the pattern projected onto the other person comes from childhood relationships (Reidbord, 2010) and may be an actual person, such as a parent or an idealised figure.
In addition, by expanding the depth and breadth of transactional analysis, it improves usability and fraud detection.
LighterLife uses cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and transactional analysis (TA) techniques to explore the reasons behind why people overeat combined with a very-low-calorie diet (VLCD) for rapid weight-loss.
Clyde & Company has been named Middle East law firm of the year by legal market intelligence and transactional analysis provider 'PLC Which Lawyer?
9781412934947 Transactional analysis counselling in action, 3d ed.
She also is an internationally certified drug and alcohol counselor as well as a compulsive gambling counselor, and she has experience working with transactional analysis and Trager therapy.
Christine, who now weighs 11 stone and wears size 12 clothes, experienced such great results with the plan that she has become a LighterLife consultant in Cardiff, helping other slimmers through transactional analysis, which looks at the relationships they have with themselves, other people and food.