Dr. Volker Kitz

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Dr. Volker Kitz fawnDr. Volker Kitz is Spiegel-Best-selling author, psychologist and ex-lobbyist.

Kitz studied law and psychology in Cologne and New York and worked, among other things, as a scientist at the Max Planck Institute, lawyer and lobbyist. Today he lives as a freelance author in Munich. He wrote articles for renowned media such as Frankfurter Allgemeine, Die Welt, Financial Times and Spiegel Online, as well as numerous specialist publications for scientific journals in Germany and abroad. His books appear in over ten languages ​​and are regularly featured on the in Germany SPIEGEL-Best seller list. Volker Kitz is an internationally sought-after speaker on the subjects of his books.

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Mind Control and Ironic Process: Do not think about the purple cow!

Don't think about a purple cow! What are you currently thinking about? Does it make “moo” and chocolate? Then you could use what is called an "ironic process" Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Helplessly delivered to the boss: how you learned to change helplessness

Research has long since established that it also depends on ourselves how easily we feel helpless. It has something to do with ... Read more

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

Helplessly delivered to the boss: no matter what I do, is it wrong?

In an experiment that the American psychologist Martin Seligman carried out with dogs, it was shown that helplessness is often only learned. And can again ... Read more

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