Dal 20 aprile al 3 maggio 2012: 66° Leicester Group Relations ConferenceIl Tavistock Institute of Human Relations www.tavinstitute.org realizza la 66° Group Relations Conference on Authority Role & Organisation c/o Leicester University dal 20 aprile al 3 maggio 201.
www.grouprelations.com è il sito per venire a conoscenza di tutti i seminari sulle Relazioni di Gruppo realizzati secondo la metodologia messa a punto dal Tavistock Institute di Londra e proposti nelle varie parti del mondo. In Italia si svolgono ogni anno dal 1998. La prossima edizione si terrà Gazzada dal 29 marzo al 1° aprile 2012.
This annual residential conference, which has been running since 1957, is designed for those who are looking to develop their leadership and managerial capacity to effect change in work groups and organisations and to improve their ability to work with complex and challenging issues.
The conference provides unique and exciting opportunities for you to learn through experience about group, organisational and social dynamics and the exercise of authority and power. How to get the most out of your team, generating goodwill and employee 'buy-in' - followership - and understanding and working with your own and your organisational€™s resistance to change.
There is now wide recognition that group and systems psychodynamics play a vital part in the success or failure of work projects and organisational change. Likewise, the understanding and management of feelings, tensions and other dynamics in group situations are essential to effective leadership.
Each conference is a temporary organisation consisting of a series of events which are designed to enable the exploration of different work experiences and behaviour. So, there are no presenters as such; instead the conference staff offer working hypotheses based on their experiences and understanding of what is happening in the 'here and now' during the various events.
The next Leicester conference invites you to find out about the different boundaries with which we engage in our daily professional encounters, including the boundary relationship between mind and body, yourself and your colleagues, colleagues and the environment, the creative potential within these relationships and your capacity to transform organisational life into a meaningful experience of citizenship in this world.
If you have any questions or would like a brochure for 2012, please contact Rachel Kelly, Conference Administrator e: firstname.lastname@example.org t: +44 (0)20 7457 3927
The Leicester Conference 2012 will be held in Beaumont Hall in the botanic gardens of the University of Leicester.