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Author Bridges, William, 1933-

Title Managing transitions : making the most of change / William Bridges
Published London : Nicholas Brealey, 1995


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  658.406 Bri/Mtm 1995  AVAILABLE
Description x, 140 pages ; 24 cm
Series People skills for professionals
People skills for professionals.
Contents The need for change. Being in transition ; A lifetime of transitions ; Love and work -- The transition process. Endings ; The neutral zone ; Making a beginning ; Epilogue
Summary For something that we have been experiencing all our lives, most of us handle change very badly. We switch careers and marriages more often than ever before, we move from one city to another, meet different people every day; yet each change brings with it new fears and further confusion. How can we better handle these difficult, painful experiences? And what new insights can we learn about ourselves from these transitions? This book helps both in identifying and in coping with such critical changes in our lives. It takes us step by step through the transition process, offering skills, suggestions and advice for negotiating each of these three perilous passages: endings, the neutral zone, the new beginning
Analysis Organisations Management
Organisations Management
Notes Includes bibliographical references
Includes index
Originally published: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1991
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Adjustment (Psychology)
Industrial management.
Life cycle, Human -- Psychological aspects.
Maturation (Psychology)
Organizational change.
Social adjustment.
Social change.
Adaptation, Psychological.
Life Change Events.
Organizational Innovation.
Social Adjustment.
Author Bridges, William, 1933-
LC no. 80020044
ISBN 1857881125 (paperback)