• The Conscious Leader – 2014 USA Best Book Finalist

    The Conscious Leader – 2014 USA Best Book Finalist

    Dr. Shelley Reciniello, popularly known as Dr. Shelley, has spent over three decades as a psychologist determined “to give psychology away,” by demystifying psychological and psychoanalytic principles, and providing people and organizations with effective, practical information and methods to change their lives.

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  • Organizing Atrocity

    Organizing Atrocity

    "Stokes and Gabriel, if anything, reveal the heavy rationalization of brutality, atrocity, and genocide that justifies and masks evil toward fellow human beings. Whether literal mass murder or symbolic genocide, it requires considerable organization in order to be carried out."

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  • The Capacity for Ethical Conduct

    The Capacity for Ethical Conduct

    "David Levine discusses how ethical conduct is a special way of relating to others, one that secures respect for their integrity by assuring that what they do can express who they are."

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  • Workplace Predation: A Discussion

    Workplace Predation: A Discussion

    "We present a brief discussion of organizational psychopathy in response to the books Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths go to Work and Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of Psychopaths Among Us. In particular, we examine how psychopaths enter the workplace and ascend to leadership, and how a psychoanalytical perspective can help organizations prevent the damage that they can cause."

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  • Private Selves in Public Organizations

    Private Selves in Public Organizations

    This book is about the psychodynamics of analyzing and changing organizations and offers a contemporary psychoanalytic model for immersion, diagnosis, and intervention in organizations.

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CSOC is dedicated to teaching, research, and scholarship that applies contemporary psychoanalytic theory and concepts to the study of organizations and organizational change.

 
 

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CSOC aspires to be the nationally and internationally recognized home for cutting-edge, multi-sector, and interdisciplinary organizational change research, theory, and practice.

 

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