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Das Modell des Problemmanagements von Egan

  • Bernd-Joachim ErteltEmail author
  • William E. Schulz
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Zusammenfassung

Gerard Egan ist Professor emeritus für Organisationsentwicklung und Psychologie am Zentrum für Organisationsentwicklung der Loyola-Universität in Chicago. „The Skilled Helper“ dürfte weltweit der meistverwendete Fachtext für beratende Berufe sein und ist sowohl in europäische als auch asiatische Sprachen übersetzt worden und fand auch in der Beratungskonzeption der Bundesagentur für Arbeit zentrale Berücksichtigung. Das praktische Herangehen an Problembewältigung und das Erschließen von Möglichkeiten ist neben einer Reihe weiterer Gründe für die ungebrochene Popularität des Buches verantwortlich.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FriedelsheimDeutschland
  2. 2.WinnipegKanada

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