How we change what others think, feel, believe and do
Glasser's Five Needs
William Glasser, in his 'Control Theory' (later renamed to 'Choice Theory') detailed five needs that are quite close to Maslow's Hierarchy, but with some interesting twists.
This is similar to Maslow's Physiological and Safety level. They are basic needs which are of little interest unless they are threatened.
2. Love and belonging
This is the same as Maslow's Belonging need and recognises how important it is for us as a tribal species to be accepted by our peers.
3. Power or recognition
This is the ability to do what we want, to have free choice. It is connected with procedural justice where we seek fair play.
An interesting ultimate goal. When all else is satisfied, we just (as Cyndi Lauper sang) 'want to have fun'.
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