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Corporate Analytical Psychology




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ISBN 9780367404123
July 31, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

O’Brien and O’Brien and their collection of international contributors introduce the historical and current theory and practice of Corporate Analytical Psychology. Uniquely and practically bringing Jungian ideas to the corporate world, the chapters discuss the increasing need for ethical corporations in the context of individuation and moral hazard, demonstrate how to manage and define complexes that inhibit creativity and productivity, and shows practitioners how to recognise and connect with symbols as an active and living manifestation of the personal and collective psyche. The book is illustrated with practical examples and case studies encountered by the authors during their 30 years of experience consulting the world’s leading companies and institutions.

Table of Contents

Introduction

The untapped alchemy of organizations: A 21st Century vision for human development and organizational transformation within corporations

Frances V. Dare

Part I: Corporations and psyche

1. Corporate soul

Janis Maxwell

2. Corporations and psyche

John O’Brien

3. Introducing Corporate analytical psychology

Nada O’Brien

Part II: Carl Jung’s analytical psychology and post Jungian research

4. Fundamental concepts of analytical psychology

Nada O’Brien

5. Neuroscience and Jung

Michael Escamilla

6. Post Jungian research on trauma

John O’Brien

7. The cultural complex

John O’Brien

8. Infant research and analytical work with adults

Nada O’Brien

9. Post Jungian quantum theory approaches

John O’Brien

Part III: Corporate analytical psychology

10. Background to Jungian coaching and consulting in business

John O’Brien

11. Corporate analytical psychology topics

Nada O’Brien

12. Introducing corporate cultural complex

Carlos Ferreira

13. Corporate analytical psychology methods

Nada O’Brien

14. Corporate complex: diagnostics and application

John O’Brien

Part IV: Application of Corporate analytical psychology: Jungian coaching and consulting

15. What is Jungian coaching and consulting?

Nada O’Brien

16. Entering the system: organizational consulting and the psychology of the transference

Laurence Barrett

17. Jungian group work: individuation in and of the group

Laurence Barrett

18. Jungian coaching and consulting: organizational transformation John O’Brien

19. Making the turn: individuation, midlife and leadership development Laurence Barrett

20. Narcissistic leadership

John O’Brien

21. A Jungian perspective on the growth of a business eco systems in the Western Balkans

Danijel Pantic

Part V: Corporate analytical psychology ethics

22. Professional ethics in Jungian coaching and consulting

John O’Brien

23. Rumpelstiltskin: archetypal view on ethics

Dominique Lepori

Part VI: Jungian work with institutions

24. Jung in jail

Teresa Castleman

25. Working with forensic investigators: how corporate analytical psychology can benefit those who serve and protect

Virginia Angel

26. Association Football

John O’Brien

27. Realities yet unknown: corporate analytical psychology and the New Zeitgeist

Nada O’Brien

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Editor(s)

Biography

Nada O’Brien, PhD has consulted for more than 20 years with leaders and groups across a wide scope of industries, including the Nordic Council of Ministers, the Norwegian National Health Service, international Financial services organisations and Pharmaceutical companies in the UK, Europe and USA. She is an accredited Jungian Analyst and an alumnus of the C. G. Jung Institute, Switzerland where she lectures.

 

John O’Brien, MBA and MA has over 30 years of top-level experience as a consultant and coach to senior leaders, boards, leading banks and institutions, and executive teams in global corporates in the UK, USA, Europe and Asia. John is an alumnus of the C.C. Jung Institute, Switzerland.