Building Meaningful Work Relationships: Part 3

In this series of posts, I have been looking at how you can build meaningful work relationships. A theory of adult attachment can give some strong insights to how that process works. In the last post, I made a good description of my most common roadblock of building those relationships as someone who fits aContinue reading “Building Meaningful Work Relationships: Part 3”

Building Meaningful Work Relationships: Part 2

This is one post where much of the science and research goes out the window, and I will face the facts that I know this typology way too well as it describes me. The focus will be on the struggles and the process of over coming the negative feelings that dictate unhealthy relationships. This typologyContinue reading “Building Meaningful Work Relationships: Part 2”

Occupational Relationship Typology: Part 1

To start off, the background information comes from the Third Edition of Broderick and Blewitt’s textbook “The Life Span.” The photo of the chart is taken from the same text. It is easy to guess that the next sets of posts will be based on a theory from my study in life span psychology. ThisContinue reading “Occupational Relationship Typology: Part 1”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 7

This is the final post in regards to the the safety typology based on Baumrind, Maccoby, and Martin’s parenting styes. This posting will be shorter than the rest because it focuses on the high programs and high behaviors typology of Authoritative. This the goal of any parent/organization. There are high expectations along with high supportContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 7”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 6

In these post, I am exploring how an organization would look based on high and low criteria of behaviors and programs. I find the outcomes to be very similar to the parenting typologies of Baumrind, Maccoby, and Martin. This time I review the opposite approach of the authoritarian typology, indulgent. This is a safety environmentContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 6”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 5

This is a continuation of the thought experiment in the consideration of what does an organization look like based on two criteria, behaviors and programs. To make the process simpler, the goal was to view the process that an organization has either high or low behaviors and programs. This gives four options for how theContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 5”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 4

These sets of posts started with the idea that a safety system has both behaviors and programs. The idea is to categorize what a system would look like if either were high or low. At the same time, I was in a developmental psychology course and started to see how there were similarities in theContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 4”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 3

So far, I spent two postings just leading up to the actual chart that creates this entire series of posts. The purpose of these sets of posts is to look at the characteristics of parenting versus safety and how those two are interrelated. I will openly admit that I was conducting a one man thinkContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 3”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 2

As discussed in Part 1 of this theme of posts, I started thinking/daydreaming about how to quantify behaviors and programs as they relate to safety. I had previously been interested in the typology of parenting just for personal interest. One morning while making the morning commute, the two began to merge and take some shape.Continue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 2”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 1

As I was going through a class on child development, a theory really stuck with me in regards to classifying styles of parenting. The theory was Baumrind’s Parenting Typology. I enjoyed and studied the four quadrant version that was expanded by Maccoby and Martin. In this typology, there are four basic parenting types based on: ResponsiveContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 1”