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Biggio, G. (2016). Recognising and Managing Envy through Organisational Counselling. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 16(1):55-67.
  

(2016). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 16(1):55-67

Recognising and Managing Envy through Organisational Counselling

Gianluca Biggio

The report begins with some practical observations regarding the perception of envy by employees in the workplace. Subsequently some key psychoanalytic definitions of envy and their influence in the world of adult relationships are supplied. Particularly, the employees’ working dimension is compared with the psychoanalytic theory.

Finally the report identifies, with the help of counselling experiences, different forms of envy for which it is possible to undertake various modalities of behaviour. Four different forms of envy are described through the report of four case studies arising from organisational and workplace counselling interventions.

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