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Emotional Side of Organizations
 
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Applications of Bowen Family Systems Theory

Papers Presented at The Georgetown Family Center's
Conference on Organizations April 22-23, 1995

Edited by Patricia A. Comella, Joyce Bader, Judith S. Ball,
Kathleen K.Wiseman, and Ruth Riley Sagar

CONTENTS

Part 1: THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS

A Brief Summary of Bowen Family Systems Theory
Patricia A. Comella, JD

The Extension of Bowen Theory to Nonfamily Groups
Michael E. Kerr, MD

Rethinking the Consultant's Role
Joyce Bader, MS

Part 2. THE ORGANIZATION AS AN EMOTIONAL SYSTEM

Life at Work: The View from the Bleachers
Kathleen K. Wiseman, MBA

The Emotional Side of Re-Engineered and Re-Invented Workplaces
Patricia A. Comella, JD

Anxiety and Organizations
Daniel V. Papero, PhD

Part 3. HUMAN SOCIAL SYSTEMS

Bowen Theory:Potential Implications for the Field of Corrections
Ann Bunting, PhD

Consulting to Russian-American Joint Ventures
Katharine G. Baker, DSW

Violence in the Workplace: A Family Systems Perspective
Walter H. Smith, Jr., PhD

Part 4. DEFINING A SELF WITHIN SOCIAL SYSTEMS

Leadership from the Viewpoint of Bowen Theory
Paulina McCullough, MSW

Consultant as Sponge: An Evolutionary Journey
Judith S. Ball, MS Ed.

Teaching Bowen Family Systems Theory
Selden Dunbar Illick, LCSW

A Graduate Nursing Course Using Bowen Theory
Gail Hilbert, DNSC

Part 5. CASE STUDIES

Cooperation, Leaders, and Anxiety
Andrea Maloney-Schara, LCSWA

The Influence of Anxiety within a Business
Kent E. Webb, LCSW

Bowen Family Systems Theory as a Framework for Consultants
Leslie Ann Fox, MA, RRA

The School as an Emotional System
Roger Dillow, MA, MSW

Part 6. PRACTITIONERS

"I" Openings: Bowen Theory as a Framework to Sustain Planned Change
Peter F. Norlin, PhD

Bringing Bowen Theory to the Organization Behavior Classroom
Morley Segal, PhD

Differentiation and Triangles in Coaching Executives
Richard D. Olson, PhD

Diversity and Differentiation
Norman Leigh Jones, MA

Organizational Dynamics and the Clergy
V. Sue Zabel, PhD

The Contemporary Organization
Robert Cahill, MBA

Part 7. NONHUMAN SOCIAL SYSTEMS

Leadership in Nonhuman Social Systems: The Chimpanzees of Gombe
Kathleen B. Kerr, MSN, MA

Lessons from Nature on Leadership
Stephanie J. Ferrera, MSW

A Natural Systems View of Hierarchy
Roberta M. Gilbert, MD


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