Conceptual features of the balanced development of human potential in the emerging socio-economic conditions
The article is devoted to a comprehensive study of education of a creative person, focused on universal human values and capable of creative impact in a direction favourable for the world of development. For the first time in a scientific revolution there are the following terms: concept of creative balance, integrative-indicative approach to the balanced development of human potential (HP) (BDHP), management method of the BDHP (psycho-management), based on a combination of modern educational, managerial and psychological technologies.
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