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Games Played in Organizations (Ended)

September 24/25, 2015

If you work in organizations understanding psychological games is a must. This awareness will assist you with business contracts and how to avoid game invitations. In organizations we need to look further than this. In organisational games we are concerned with intra- and inter-group dynamics with the focus more on social dynamics. If you want to improve your ability to be aware of and deal with games then book now for this workshop.


The aims of this workshop are:
  • To enable participants to understand game theory and its application in organizations
  • To understand our own games and how to avoid instigating a game
  • Learn how to spot the start of a game and how to avoid playing
  • To consider games in relation to contracting
  • develop potency as a leader, facilitator, coach
  • to enjoy the programme and develop networks with other participants



To get the best from this workshop, you need to meet one or more of the following:
  • to have taken the Official Introduction to TA (the TA101) either as a written paper or as a delegate on the course or
  • read: Mountain A & Davidson C (2011), Working Together; Organizational Transactional Analysis and Business Performance, published by Gower or
  • attended a foundation course in TA facilitated by a PTSTA or TSTA
  • be willing to learn and share

Programme Facilitator:

Anita Mountain MSc, CTA (O/P), FITOL, AC Accredited Executive Coach, Certified PCM Trainer, Certified PCM Coach, Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst (with Organisational & Psychotherapy specialties). Anita travels internationally offering consultancy, training, coaching and supervision. She believes in equality for all and in creating a safe place where professionals can develop their skills and understanding. Anita is co-author of Working Together, Organisational Transactional Analysis and Business Performance, published by Gower and now out in paperback.  in order to obtain a sample chapter from our book.
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