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Doing the business of group relations conferences / [edited by] Eliat Aram [and four others].

Contributor(s): Aram, Eliat [editor.].
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9780367001490; 0429444257; 9780429444258.Subject(s): Group relations training | Group relations training -- Congresses | PSYCHOLOGY / Social Psychology | PSYCHOLOGY / Movements / PsychoanalysisDDC classification: 302/.14 Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required. Summary: Group Relations conferences offer opportunities to learn about group, organisational and social dynamics; the exercise of authority and power; the interplay between tradition, innovation and change; and the relationship of organisations to their social, political and economic environments. This book, the fifth in a series of Tavistock Group Relations Conferences, contains a collection of papers presented at the fifth Belgirate conference, plus three additional papers reflecting on and making sense of several participants' conference experiences. Taken together, these chapters study the discourse of Group Relations conferences as well as reflecting on the changing nature and shifting patterns of this discourse. In Doing the Business of Group Relations Conferences, authors reflect on the vicissitudes of meanings this expression generates.
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Group Relations conferences offer opportunities to learn about group, organisational and social dynamics; the exercise of authority and power; the interplay between tradition, innovation and change; and the relationship of organisations to their social, political and economic environments. This book, the fifth in a series of Tavistock Group Relations Conferences, contains a collection of papers presented at the fifth Belgirate conference, plus three additional papers reflecting on and making sense of several participants' conference experiences. Taken together, these chapters study the discourse of Group Relations conferences as well as reflecting on the changing nature and shifting patterns of this discourse. In Doing the Business of Group Relations Conferences, authors reflect on the vicissitudes of meanings this expression generates.

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