Monthly Archives: March 2000


A Conversation with Warren Bennis

Saturday, March 18th, 2000

BOL: I hope our conversation will focus on the how-to of intervening in order to enhance the performance of organizations. You are a master of that art, but your most important work has focussed elsewhere: on understanding the nature of the organization, and how those in it can make it better. You have had a […]


A Conversation with Henry Stein

Saturday, March 18th, 2000

BOL: Alfred Adler’s name is better known to today’s therapists than are his ideas and methods. Your dedication to this body of work must be based on the belief that contemporary practice is diminished because Adler’s contributions are not fully enough understood or used currently. What are the key elements of the Adlerian contribution to […]


A Conversation with Donald Nathanson

Saturday, March 18th, 2000

BOL: Don, you first became prominent in our field by describing the phenomenon of shame. What is there about shame that makes it important and why did you choose to investigate it?” NATHANSON: For some years I had been occupied with the problem of what is now called “interaffectivity,” the way each of us gets […]