Donkey Bridges for Development TA: Making Transactional Analysis Memorable and Accessible (Spiral bound)Julie Hay (author)
Spiral bound 47 Pages / Published: 01/08/1995
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Written for people with some knowledge of transactional analysis, this text contains ideas for teaching TA to others in ways that aim to make it memorable and accessible. It sets out the key principles of developmental TA, at the same time illustrating how to explain these concepts in a style that captures the essence of early TA writings. The book uses a donkey analogy, showing that they are friendly and hardworking but don't always understand that there are good pastures for them across the bridge, and then goes on to provide examples of donkey bridges. These are the stories, gimmicks, alliteration and so forth that trainers can use to help the "donkey" happily across the bridge into the vale of learning. The author relates these donkey bridges to a range of TA frameworks, moving from individual to relationship to groups and, finally, organizations.
Publisher: Sherwood Publishing
Number of pages: 47
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