Small and / or Large Study Group Training

Review and Application Group Training

Applied

Events

Director's

Training

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GRCs & TRAINING

Group relations conferences are experiential learning events in which participants learn from their experience while they study their own (individual and collective) behavior in the moment in small and large study group settings.

 

There are also a number of reflective events offered to help the participant make sense of their experience and to apply their learning to their organization back home.

 

Although specific learning is not prescribed, typically participants have learnings related to the following concepts: boundaries, authority, role, task, leadership, followership, group dynamics, representation, the unconscious, levels of analysis, voice and agency, patterns of behavior, etc.

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Online

August 3-6, 2022

A Group Relations Conference on Asian American Authority
Variations of Very Asian+






 

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Online

October 1-5, 2022

China and the World
Speaking languages of ambition, competition, power, and authority
Dancing for the future

 

 

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We offer group relations training and applied events on a regular basis.

Small and / or Large Study Group Training

An event in which participants are invited to take up the Small or Large Study Group consultant role and get feedback in public immediately after they have taken up that role.

This training is great practice for people who want to apply group-as-a-whole perspective in their work.

Review and Application Group Training

Gives some background and ideas about how to conduct an application group in conferences.

Applied
Events

We occasionally organize or sponsor trainings related to group relations work, for example in Social Dreaming, or group facilitation.

Director's
Training

In 2020, in collaboration with the A. K. Rice Institute, we offer a Director’s Training for people who are interested in directing group relations conferences.