From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
In my P.G.Diploma i studied about this Transactional Analysis(TA).That time i studied for the sake of getting marks.I am just wondering it is that much big topic.
I hope this will be useful for my career too.
Thanks for sharing..............
From India, Coimbatore
From India, Chandigarh
I purchased these books in late 70s from Kolkata and using till date.
Thanks to Arvind for emailing the books for those who do not have personal hard copies.
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From India, Bhubaneswar
From Lebanon, Beirut
From India, Bangalore
There is one more book in this series titled "What do you say after you say Hello?" by Dr.Eric berne. I read this book long before. Hope you guys would also love to read this title. Following 'I'm OK;You are OK', one more title namely "Staying OK" was released which had more practical 'what to do?' ideas straightly dealt than "I'm OK;You are OK". As Mr.P.K.Acharya said, these books are available at a very low price from footpath book stores in major cities. These are really interesting titles in TA.
Thanks & Regards,
From India, Coimbatore
From India, Pune
Thank you for the two books. I have my original hardcopy which is more than 30 years old. I have almost full set of TA books (Staying OK, Born to Win, Games Alcoholic Play etc.)
I find it still applicable provided people understand its applications and limitations. Since not many people understand it or know how to apply, most people (inlcuding HR trainers and practitioners) shun it.
It is a psycology tool but a communication tool firstly, to establish a communication contract that can lead to a deeper level of communication removing the games people plan. Those who know it will have an advantage over those who do not. So keep practising it even if you cannot fully understand it at first.
From Philippines, Zamboanga
From India, Madras
From Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
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