A reflective approach to management implies introducing both the 'psychological echo' factor into the decision making procedure (that is, taking into account other people's reactions on a decision) and the 'psychological mechanism' into the process of decision implementation (according to the monitored social well-being). The key issue in this process is for the organisational goal in its functional state to become a personal goal for the employee. The specified management task implies working carefully and consistently with the following types of people's consciousness: 'consciousness-content' (explaining the objective meaning of the task), 'consciousness
-condition' (helping people realise what this task means to them personally), and 'consciousness-attitude' (assisting people in accepting the task). If the task and it underlying strategic goal are organisationally clear to the staff and accepted by each member, then a special disposition (subjective potential of activity) develops within the staff. It is at this very moment that the organisational and regulatory mechanism of reflective management goes off.
Keywords: target project, employees' subjectness, reflective approach, monitoring social well-being, regulatory mechanism of reflective management
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Vladimir N. Markin, Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of Social Psychology, Professor, Department of Management Psychology, Faculty of Social Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, e-mail: VNMarkin@yandex.ru