Was das Leben sinnvoll macht: Bedürfnisse achten – Werte schätzen-3

December 11, 2015 by
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Was das Leben sinnvoll macht: Bedürfnisse achten-Werte schätzen 3)

Grundbedürfnisse 3: Manfred Max-Neef

Der chilenische Ökonom Manfred A. Max-Neef (* 1932) bekam für seine Thesen zu einer „Entwicklung nach menschlichem Maß“ 1983 den Alternativen Nobelpreis.
Er betrachtet menschliche Bedürfnisse nicht nur als Mangel, sondern auch als individuelle und kollektive Potentiale.  Im Unterschied zur traditionellen Auffassung, menschliche Bedürfnisse seien unbegrenzt und würden sich ständig ändern, geht er davon aus, dass sie begrenzt und damit stillbar sind. Deutlich unterscheidet er dabei zwischen den Grundbedürf- nissen („fundamental human needs“) und den Bedingungen und Formen ihrer Befriedigung („satisfier“). Die Grundbedürf- nisse sind in allen Kulturen gleich, während die Art, wie sie befriedigt werden, sehr unterschiedlich sein kann. Erst die ausgewogene Balance der verschiedenen Bedürfnisse ermöglicht konstruktive Konfliktlösungen und menschliche Entwicklung.

3) Günter W. Remmert: http://www.seminarhaus-schmiede.de/pdf/wertelust.pdf

Prof. C.J.M. Beniers
Email: beniers@mac.com
11-12-2015

About Professor C.J.M. Beniers

Prof. C.J.M. Beniers is a well known authority in the field of modern and international communication techniques. He developed the Six-Component-Model. This model enables companies, institutions and politicians to communicate and negotiate with counterparts from all over the world successfully. His career began as international manager at Philips and later he earned his doctorate as professor in communication. He has more than 35 years experience as manager and management trainer. Thus he knows both sides – theory and praxis – very well. As scientist, Prof. Beniers conducts frequently research in the field of intercultural communication. The results of his interesting research can be found in news articles, free pod casts, audio books and his E-books such as “Bridging The Cultural Gap.” Here, modern managers learn how to prepare for business meetings with people from different cultures; they acquire the techniques and tools to handle situations in times of crises successfully, master intercultural barriers, country-specific communication patterns, looking into personal cultural values & systems. Knowing all this, men can prevent cultural misunderstandings and misinterpretations – not only in business but also in private life.

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