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  • The Capacity for Civic Engagement

    While we do not lack for literature to guide us in thinking about public life, we have less to call on when our problem is not only to explore public ideals and institutions, but also to consider the nature and origin of our capacity to make a connection with and find meaning in those institutions and ideals. Levine explores the nature and origin of this capacity to form a connection and find meaning.

  • Promoting Workplace Well-Being

    "Providing a cross-cultural perspective on issues relating to well-being and creating safe and healthy work environments."

  • New Book from Howard Stein

    New Book from Howard Stein

    In Stein’s practice, listening deeply is an attitude evoked by the psychoanalytic concept of hovering attention—a careful attending to the person or group one is trying to help and an equally careful attending to how one is hearing these others. This book explores the many aspects of attentive listening through storytelling and includes examples of organizational case studies.

  • New Book from Michael A. Diamond

    New Book from Michael A. Diamond

    This book focuses on the theory and practice of understanding and transforming organizations with the goal to discover common ground between groups and individuals. Diamond presents a framework for reflective practice and for promoting a more satisfying and humane work-life. Listen to a podcast of Diamond's recent interview with Eugenio Duarte about the book.

  • Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics

    Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics

    CSOC and the University of Missouri Press are collaborating to develop theories and methods that describe and explain the relational nuances of power and personality, symbol and metaphor, psychopathology and politics, and meaning and imagination in the workplace.