043. Games People Play
A Substitute for Meaningful Connection
The "Games People Play" SkillBooster is the perfect way to boost your knowledge and skillls in communications and so develop your competence in communication skills. The attractively-designed one-page summary will explain Eric Berne's concept of game-playing at work. It will also give you 9 examples of typical games and why such games are substitutes for genuine understanding and co-operation at work.
Features of "Games People Play"
In this SkillBooster, you'll learn...
· what are meant by workplace "games"
· how a game like "Lunch Bag" is aimed at making others feel guilty
· how bosses use "Hero" to show they're needed
· how poor performers use "Poor Me" to avoid criticism
· why people play games at work
· examples of 9 everyday games
· why games hide our need for close communication.
How to Use this SkillBooster
"Games People Play" can be used in numerous ways, for example as a handout, flashcard, or poster on a communications training course or as a memory-aid for your own training or development in this aspect of communication skills. For professionals it is an ideal starting point for continuous professional development.
Other MTL products that are related to "Games People Play" and will complement your training in communications and communication skills are the online course in Communication Barriers; the mini-courses in Communications; and the Masterful Communications Step by Step Series. You can also collect other SkillBoosters in communications such as Making Contact and Communication Styles or download the complete set of 250 SkillBoosters as a MTL Bumper Bundle.
Price of this product: £2.97
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