Group Relations Conference : The history of now: creating meaning (in the present moment)
November 28 @ 8:00 am - December 2 @ 5:00 pm$3,400
A group relations conference is a method for learning about the exercise of role, authority and social dynamics in undertaking tasks in groups and organisations. It is a powerful personal learning experience unmatched by other approaches to organisational analysis and leadership.
Group Relations Australia (GRA) has conducted biennial group relations and mini conferences since 2007. GRA’s conferences are based in the Tavistock / systems psychodynamics approach and have, over the years, explored and developed a range of innovations. The 2022 conference continues this tradition.
The history of now: creting meaning in the present moment)
an in-person group relations working conference
28 November – 2 December 2022
In recent times, interconnected and rapid changes related to the pandemic, climate change, war, and politics, have resulted in complex, global crises. Now, more than ever, we need to learn about the dynamics of leadership and authority as we confront the profound, existential dynamics of today’s interlocking problems.
- What have we learned from our experience?
- How is it changing the ways we think about leading, relating, and managing?
- How might we bring this learning into our workplaces?
This conference is for individuals and organisations who would like the opportunity to explore how their experience has changed and is changing their understanding of leading, relating and managing.
For more information and to register, please visit the conference page at grc.grouprelations.org.au