This blog is different to my other blogs in this series because it is about the availability of the various questionnaires that I have designed. Over the years, I’ve been working with TA colleagues# internationally to produce these in a variety of languages. Some have been done because the translator wanted to use them for research (see Kasyanov, 2014; Pavolvska, 2013), others because they have appeared in translations of my books, and others because someone else wanted to be able to use them.
The questionnaires I have developed are:
Working Styles - my version of the way in which drivers may be strengths when used in awareness – if you want to know more about this have a look at the free download entitled Drivers & Working Styles and Working Styles Chapter at https://www.juliehay.org/article-downloads.html
Manager Working Styles - very similar to the Working Styles questionnaire but rewritten so that participants can respond to it when thinking about their manager rather than themselves
Personal Styles Questionnaire – based on my version of behavioural ego states – you can read about this in Blog 12
Internal Ego State Questionnaire – based on my version of internal ego states – I prefer to write about the inside and the behaviours instead of structural and functional – you can read about the internal ego states in Blog 13
Windows on the World Questionnaire – based on the four life positions - although you might want to look at my extensions to these four in the article that appeared in the IDTA News in March 2014 at http://www.instdta.org/idta-newsletters.html
Stroke Myths Questionnaire based on Claude Steiner’s (1971) stroke economy
These were already available for sale in English and I have now collected the various translated versions together and they are available for sale at the language links below. They come as a PDF and I am trusting the buyer to print out 25 copies each time they purchase. You can ask us for paper copies to be posted to you if you prefer.
The languages currently available, and the links to click on to go straight to them, are:
Don’t see your language in the questionnaire you want?
I am still working with colleagues on some other languages, as well as extending the range of questionnaires within some languages. So if you cannot see what you want, why not consider whether you would like to produce a translation yourself. To make sure that it is not already being worked on, please contact me first on email@example.com. I give the translator free use of the translated versions for their own work, you get credited as translator, and we are happy to add a link to your website.
Kasyanov, Dmitry (2014) An Analysis of Working Styles in Different Professions in Russia International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research 5 (1), 9-14
Pavlovska, Marina (2013) An Analysis of Dominant Working Styles in Different Professions in Macedonia International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research 4 (2), 30-38
Steiner, Claude (1971) The stroke economy Transactional Analysis Journal 1:3 9-15
# Thank you:
Manuela Uria Sanchez, Beatriz Valderrama, Michele Zarri, Michael Korpiun, Bea Schild, Magdalena Sekowska, Aleksandar Jovanovic, Ruzica Madzarevic, Olca Surgevil Dalkilic, Hülya Üstel Eleviş, Beti Andonovic, Marina Pavlovska, Dmitry Karyanov, Tatiana Williams, Sezgin Bekir, Ghislaine Musnil-Smith, Anne De Graaf, Froukje Willering, Traian Bossenmayer
The ideas in the diagram below evolved during a workshop on developmental coaching and mentoring being run by Julie Hay (2002) and attended by Pauline Sagoe, Vivianne Naslund and Diane Richardson.
Between the four of us, we enjoyed producing a new donkey bridge for the ways that ego states interact.
For each transaction, we show the positive and potential negative result, plus the overall impact when Parent, Adult and Child are operating in an integrated way.
Hay, Julie (2002) Coaching Transactions INTAND Newsletter 10:3 9
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Julie is a fan of open access publishing so feel free to reproduce any of these blogs as long as you still attribute it to her.
Floods in Kerala prevented me from making the inaugural speech at The Dance of Culture ITAA-SAATA Conference back in August 17-19 2018 in Kochi, Kerala, India.
Below is a video recording I made afterwards of my intended speech, together with links to the PowerPoint presentation and the list of references.
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