Organization Psychoanalysis: Top-Managers Satisfaction Estimation

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ABSTRACT

"A good chief" is one of the most important indicators of job satisfaction. However, related to the immediate supervisor, ordinary employees, and especially top-managers do not tend to show it openly. The present study confirms the effectiveness of the solution of this problem with the help of standardized psychoanalytical questionnaires where classic erotic codes are transformed into corporate ones. An integral model for calculating the level of negativity to company policy was received. Approach can be applied effectively in the corporate counseling and within individual reception program of positive psychotherapy.

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Aminev, E. , Qing, W. and Khairullina, Z. (2014) Organization Psychoanalysis: Top-Managers Satisfaction Estimation. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 24-26. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.28004.

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