Carol Pearson, Author, Academic, Archetypal Scholar

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In many indigenous traditions, a person seeking answers to questions would approach a medicine manor woman sitting by the fire and ask what they should do to resolve their dilemma. He or she classically would respond to this request by saying, “Let me tell you a story.” Moms, dads, mentors, and friends can do this, too…. In new situations, often what is needed is a new story that can help supply a map for the new journey and a toehold when that journey feels like climbing up a steep and dangerous mountain.
  — Persephone Rising: Awakening the Heroine Within

Mapping the Organizational Psyche: A Jungian Theory of Organizational Dynamics and Change

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Great news! You can now download Mapping the Organizational Psyche: A Jungian Theory of Organizational Dynamics and Change free of charge. You download the free book here.

John Corlett and I co-authored this book for leaders, organizational development consultants, executive coaches, and anyone trying to better understand their organization. It partners well with the revised Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator® for those who want to use the book for team-building purposes, leadership development, or employee assistance. It makes reference to the Organizational and Team Culture Indicator®, which is no longer available to the public because it has been acquired by IBM for use with large and global companies. However, for smaller companies and nonprofits, this book gives you what you need to analyze your organization without requiring an organizational culture assessment to do so. These certainly are times when understanding archetypes in a depth way makes great sense, which is why John and I decided to give the book away so that it would be available to anyone who could benefit.

Co-authored by John G. Corlett, Mapping the Organizational Psyche: A Jungian Theory of Organizational Dynamics and Change (Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT), 2004) walks the reader through basic Jungian concepts that help to decode the mysterious and invisible qualities of an organizational culture, ending with a section that enables the reader to construct a step-by-step map of an organization’s unconscious patterns and habits and then develop action steps to maximize its potential.

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