ALEX PATTAKOS PRISONERS OF OUR THOUGHTS PDF

This particular facility, along with others in the metropolitan Chicago area, was overcrowded with patients, many of whom were either psychotic or prone to violence, and my unit was suffering from a severe staff shortage. The facility was so overcrowded that patients were sleeping on the floor in the hallways! For these and other reasons, both union and nonunion employees complained incessantly about the problems the facility faced. Increasingly, a number of employees avoided work by calling in sick, which made an already poor staffing situation worse. Those of us in supervisory or management positions staffed the agency as well as we could, frequently working multiple eight-hour shifts. Eventually, the complaining and resistance escalated into a full-blown walkout and strike led by union officials.

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Created with Sketch. Meaning," he is focused on bringing meaning to life, work, and society. He is author of the international best-selling book, Prisoners of Our Thoughts , currently available in 22 languages and released in a 3rd, revised and expanded, edition co-authored with Elaine Dundon in January Prisoners of Our Thoughts is based on the wisdom of the world-renowned psychiatrist and existential philosopher, Dr.

Viktor Frankl, who personally urged Dr. Pattakos to write it. S Army veteran with expertise in political science, psychology, and existential philosophy, Alex has been privileged to have worked internationally with all levels of government, including service to the White House under three Presidents in the United States. Alex and Elaine are also the co-authors of the award-winning, Greek-inspired book on the human quest for meaning, The OPA!

As her work in Innovation Management evolved, her focus shifted to the "Human Side of Innovation" and specifically, Meaning, which her experience and research have shown is the key source of success.

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Created with Sketch. Meaning," he is focused on bringing meaning to life, work, and society. He is author of the international best-selling book, Prisoners of Our Thoughts , currently available in 22 languages and released in a 3rd, revised and expanded, edition co-authored with Elaine Dundon in January Prisoners of Our Thoughts is based on the wisdom of the world-renowned psychiatrist and existential philosopher, Dr. Viktor Frankl, who personally urged Dr.

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Prisoners of Our Thoughts by Alex Pattakos

Alex Pattakos delivered at the University of Toronto nearly 12 years ago. The symptoms of the "crisis of meaning" in life, work, and society have intensified since the lecture and now, more than ever, we need the Meaning Movement! Alex Pattakos with Dr. Byline: Alex Pattakos, Ph. Short Bio: Alex Pattakos, Ph. Meaning," is Founder of the Global Meaning Institute.

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