Frankle Concepts. Victor Frankle Professional Practice

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Frankle Concepts Victor Frankle professional practice lies within therapy, where his ideas and practice have aligned with philosophical thought (Batthyany, n.d.). One of Frankl most well know through was which he believed that common anxieties could be overcome by finding meaning, no matter how small. Today, his therapy, now termed Logotherapy, is known as a positive therapy practice that used during an episode of depression, or anxiety (Batthyany, n.d). Recalling, existentialism as the theory, which empathizes finding authenticity in life through freedom of individual decisions and individual path (Crowell, 2004), Frankle, believed “the human being is driven by the will to meaning” (Malloy& Lang, 2016). Frankl believed meaning came from…show more content…
11), as well can be “defined as a constellation of attitudes, beliefs, and behavioral tendencies that consist of three components: commitment, control, and challenge” (Lambert, Clinton, &Vickie, 1999, p. 11). Maddi referred control as each individual has control over decisions, their destiny, and how they react to situations. Challenge refers to individual’s attitude toward challenge and change. Maddi found that individuals who were resistance to change, and did not embrace challenge had lower levels of hardiness. Lastly, commitment, which refers to individuals sense of purpose and meaning in what they do, whether is everyday life, a new experience, or through work. An important implication of high levels of hardiness, specifically in work or stressful situations, where results from analyses found that individuals had lower levels of overall stress and lower risks of burnout, which in life no one wishes to be under constant stress (Lambert, Clinton, &Vickie, 1999, p. 11). As discussed by Malloy & Lang, Frankl expressed that “an effective leadership remains in the affective realm of helping employees to find meaning in their roles and practices” (2016, p.116), and further, it “is about the humanistic and tacit aspects that are fundamentally located in the rational” (2016, p. 116). As a leader, it is essential to connect with those around you, encourage individuals to express and put forward their best skills, input, and

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