Promoting Health and Managing Dysfunction in Mission/Aid
This second lecture at Fuller School of Psychology (February 2009) looked at suggestions for developing healthy organisations and for safeguarding workers in light of personal/systemic dysfunction. Human relationships and organizatinal life are vierwed as being very positive provided that good practices are understood and embraced. The lectures are available on line for free in written, audio, and video formats. We have included a few excerpts below from the second lecture to encourage you to download and watch the video.
Snakes in suits, doves in snakes. © 2006 MCA/KOD
1. Healthy organizations have clear policies/procedures that are understood, recognized, and reviewed. Clear ethical values/commitments are also indicators of health. Yet even still there can be a mess when healthy practices are not followed and dysfunction exists. What do you think?