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Group Relations Conferences : Reviewing and Exploring Theory, Design, Role-Taking and Application.

By: D. Brunner, Louisa.
Contributor(s): Nutkevitch, Avi | Sher, Mannie.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The Group Relations Conferences Ser: Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2006Description: 1 online resource (216 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781849405065.Subject(s): Group relations training -- Congresses.;Interpersonal relations -- Congresses.;Leadership -- CongressesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Group Relations Conferences : Reviewing and Exploring Theory, Design, Role-Taking and ApplicationDDC classification: 158.2 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
COVER -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- Introduction Group Relations Conferences -- Part I Structure, design and learning in Group Relations Conferences -- CHAPTER ONE Learning from experience and the experience of learning in Group Relations Conferences -- CHAPTER TWO Structure and design of Group Relations Conferences -- Part II Themed conferences and Group Relations Conference methodology -- CHAPTER THREE Sexual abuse -- CHAPTER FOUR The 'Seeon' Conference -- Part III The application of Group Relations Conferences methodology to professional roles -- CHAPTER FIVE Mutuality and interdependence -- CHAPTER SIX Surfacing the ecology of public school organisations -- CHAPTER SEVEN Contradictory demands and basic assumptions -- Part IV Researching Group Relations conferences methodology and outcome -- CHAPTER EIGHT Multi-level application of Group Relations conferences learning -- CHAPTER NINE Applying Group Relations learning to the daily work of consultants and managers -- Part V Post-conference reflections -- CHAPTER TEN The Very Small Group -- CHAPTER ELEVEN In favor of reinventing the wheel -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.
Summary: Group Relations Conferences contains the collection of papers presented at the Belgirate conference plus two additional papers, representing a collective picture of the current group relations thinking for addressing organisational and societal needs. An international community of group relations practitioners met on the shores of Lake Maggiore, Italy in November 2003 to reflect on and debate contemporary issues in group relations and their application to the changing needs of organisations and society. The conference aimed to study Tavistock Group Relations Conferences via an innovative integration of reflective and didactic elements. There were two keynote lectures and eight side lectures and other group events that focused on the theory, design, role-taking and application of Group Relations Conferences.This book will interest members of the group relations community and others whether or not they are familiar with and utilize Tavistock group relations thinking in their research, consultancy, management or teaching roles. It may serve as an inspiration to people who believe that issues that influence our lives at work and in society are complex and need more sophisticated tools to deepen understanding and lead to change.Contributors:Jan Baker; Gabi Bonwitt; Mira Erlich-Ginor; Lilian A.j. Hupkens; Karen Izod; Olya Khaleelee; Ross A. Lazar; Ilana Litvin; Carl Mack, Jnr.; Anton Obholzer; Allan Shafer; and Joseph Triest.
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COVER -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- Introduction Group Relations Conferences -- Part I Structure, design and learning in Group Relations Conferences -- CHAPTER ONE Learning from experience and the experience of learning in Group Relations Conferences -- CHAPTER TWO Structure and design of Group Relations Conferences -- Part II Themed conferences and Group Relations Conference methodology -- CHAPTER THREE Sexual abuse -- CHAPTER FOUR The 'Seeon' Conference -- Part III The application of Group Relations Conferences methodology to professional roles -- CHAPTER FIVE Mutuality and interdependence -- CHAPTER SIX Surfacing the ecology of public school organisations -- CHAPTER SEVEN Contradictory demands and basic assumptions -- Part IV Researching Group Relations conferences methodology and outcome -- CHAPTER EIGHT Multi-level application of Group Relations conferences learning -- CHAPTER NINE Applying Group Relations learning to the daily work of consultants and managers -- Part V Post-conference reflections -- CHAPTER TEN The Very Small Group -- CHAPTER ELEVEN In favor of reinventing the wheel -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.

Group Relations Conferences contains the collection of papers presented at the Belgirate conference plus two additional papers, representing a collective picture of the current group relations thinking for addressing organisational and societal needs. An international community of group relations practitioners met on the shores of Lake Maggiore, Italy in November 2003 to reflect on and debate contemporary issues in group relations and their application to the changing needs of organisations and society. The conference aimed to study Tavistock Group Relations Conferences via an innovative integration of reflective and didactic elements. There were two keynote lectures and eight side lectures and other group events that focused on the theory, design, role-taking and application of Group Relations Conferences.This book will interest members of the group relations community and others whether or not they are familiar with and utilize Tavistock group relations thinking in their research, consultancy, management or teaching roles. It may serve as an inspiration to people who believe that issues that influence our lives at work and in society are complex and need more sophisticated tools to deepen understanding and lead to change.Contributors:Jan Baker; Gabi Bonwitt; Mira Erlich-Ginor; Lilian A.j. Hupkens; Karen Izod; Olya Khaleelee; Ross A. Lazar; Ilana Litvin; Carl Mack, Jnr.; Anton Obholzer; Allan Shafer; and Joseph Triest.

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