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Internal conditions reached by man acme

-active reflection of reality and the ability to navigate it well

productive intelligence

- the ability to simultaneously stay in the stream of life and to be outside it, not to be bogged down in one’s own experiences, and, having understood their reasons, to be above them, outstanding people in every situation arising on their life path demonstrate the ability to find the optimal solution and ability to carry it out.

- relying on their experience, reason and feelings, and not on rigid traditions, and very carefully assessing the opinions of other people and the positions of authorities, they formulate large-scale goals for themselves

- developed social intelligence and a sustainable desire for objectivity

- the ability to accept oneself and others as they are, immediacy in actions and sincerity in expressing one’s thoughts and feelings, open and honest behavior in all situations, rejection of conventions, but not accompanied by gross attempts to ignore them.

- establish friendly personal relations with people, for whom the interests of the case do not recede into the background.

- people of sober intelligence and the same “smart” feelings, encouraged to build and realize life prospects by deeply assimilated universal human values ​​and who are able to necessarily realize their ambitious goals.

- self-regulation and self-control

- changes in the motivational sphere of a person in which more than before, universal values ​​begin to be reflected;

- an increase in the ability at the intellect level to plan and then carry out in practice precisely those acts and perform those actions that correspond to the spirit of these values;

- the emergence of a greater ability to mobilize oneself to overcome objective difficulties that prevent one from showing independence and committing acts in accordance with these values;

- a more objective assessment of their strengths and weaknesses and their readiness for new, more complex acts and responsible actions.

positive changes in the person’s personality served as a condition for his movement along the ascending as a subject of activity due to the further development of his abilities.
And human abilities that have reached a higher level of development allow him to commit more ambitious and original acts, which are often accompanied by an experience of success.
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Internal conditions reached by man acme

  1. Psychological characteristics of a work team as an internal condition for the development of a collective “acme”
    First of all, let us dwell on three psychological characteristics of the working team that are relevant to our discussion: the structure, cohesion, and acmeological features of managing it. The structure of the work team. It is a complex formation, including a number of measurements or parameters, in particular: 1) formal-status measurement - a subordinated system of job positions that form
  2. Socio-psychological characteristics of the work team as an internal condition for the development of a collective “acme”
    Let us dwell on three relevant (i.e. relevant) to our discussion of the socio-psychological characteristics of the working team: the structure, cohesion and acmeological features of its management. The structure of the work team. It is a complex formation, including a number of measurements or parameters, in particular: - formal status measurement - a subordinated system of job positions,
  3. Socio-psychological characteristics of the work team as an internal condition for the development of a collective “acme”
    Let us dwell on three relevant (i.e. relevant) to our discussion of the socio-psychological characteristics of the working team: the structure, cohesion and acmeological features of its management. The structure of the work team. It is a complex formation, including a number of measurements or particular parameters: - formal status measurement - a subordinated system of job positions,
  4. Acme: content role, specificity of manifestation. Acme in the personal development of a person
    The phenomenon of acme and its main characteristics Adulthood in all manifestations of its natural and social nature of a person is the peak in its development, followed by old age, old age, which are characterized by a gradual decrease in physical health, weakening civic activity, reduction in the volume and content of parental responsibilities, shutdown
  5. Conditions for achieving professional acme
    The internal conditions for achieving professional acme are: achievement achievement motivation; human activity corresponding to the highest productivity of his labor behavior; “strong” professional goal-setting and building your professional path along its ascending path; the desire of a person to achieve his maximum level; high level of claims, motivation
  6. Conditions for achieving professional acme
    The internal conditions for achieving professional acme are: achievement achievement motivation; human activity corresponding to the highest productivity of his labor behavior; “strong” professional goal-setting and building your professional path along its ascending path; the desire of a person to achieve his maximum level; high level of claims, motivation
  7. “Acme”, professionalism and social adaptation of a person: periodization of development and typology of human social activity
    The problem of the correlation of giftedness, genius and “norm”, adaptability and reactivity, situational and “supra-situational” activity, biological and social determinants of professional achievements, intervals of age-related sensitivity, personal and professional potential has not arisen in psychology today and periodically declares itself in new and new contexts. In acmeology, she
  8. "Acme" in the professional development of man
    Plan 1. The essence of the phenomenon of "acme" in professional development. 2. Types of professional "acme". 3. The criteria for professional "acme" in relation to the indicators of professionalism and professional competence. 4. Conditions for achieving professional acme. Keywords: professional “acme”, professionalism, professional competence, professional, professional
  9. "Acme" in the professional development of man
    Plan 1. The essence of the phenomenon of "acme" in professional development. 2. Types of professional “acme1.” 3. Criteria for professional “acme” in relation to indicators of professionalism and professional competence. 4. Conditions for achieving professional “acme.” Keywords: professional “acme”, professionalism, professional competence, professional, professional
  10. INDIVIDUALITY OF HUMAN AND HIS ACME
    When we try to understand such a characteristic of a person’s acme as its meaningful originality, range of manifestations, its size, time of achievement, duration, and finally, as a feature of the state of an individual, personal and subject-active acme, we cannot do without tracing the connections of these characteristics with a person’s considered both as a whole and taking into account
  11. Individuality in the system of human qualities and acme
    Acmeology - a science that studies the phenomenology, patterns and mechanisms of human development at the stage of his maturity, when he reaches the highest level of this development; a science that studies the comprehension by man of the meaning of his existence, the achievement by a person of professionalism in activity, the productive manifestation in life of all the essential forces of an individual *. Accordingly, acme is understood
  12. "Acme" in the context of individual human development
    Plan 1. Individuality in the system of human qualities and acme. 2. Integral individuality as a result and as a condition for human development. 3. Style as a system of matching individuality of a person with the environment. 4. Typology of styles. Key words: individuality, integral individuality, individual style of activity, style of professional activity. -
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