Origins of LIFO Training
From Freud to Rogers to Maslow
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Author: Stuart Atkins
Life Orientations Training is an applied behavioral science system which fosters individual and organizational productivity. It starts by having individuals, pairs, or groups identify their basic orientations to life. These are called Supporting Giving, Controlling Taking, Conserving Holding, and Adapting Dealing.
With the orientations as reference points, six LIFO strategies for growth and greater productivity are suggested. These are called Confirming, Capitalizing, Moderating, Bridging, Supplementing, and Extending.
Learn more about Life Orientations® (LIFO) here