OPUS Training: From Insight to Collaboration
A three-day experiential workshop for group relations facilitators and consultants
Friday 21st September 2018 - Sunday 23rd September 2018
International Hall, London, UK
Info & Fees
This 3-day intensive experiential workshop is for group facilitators and consultants who are committed to developing their group relations practice. The workshop is based on group relations methodology and centred around 4 key questions:
1. How can you offer insight that supports growth in teams?
2. How can you develop a containing presence “under fire”?
3. What is required to create collaboration in groups under pressure?
4. What personal learning and change is required for you to develop your GRC practice?
Each participant will have opportunities to take up a range of consulting roles. Events are designed to maximise opportunities for feedback and reflection.
The programme is designed to meet the needs of group relations facilitators and consultants who are interested in personal development and new perspectives, regardless of experience.
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Dr Jo-anne Carlyle
is a clinical and forensic psychologist, a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and organisational consultant. With group, clinical and research experience from settings as diverse as Broadmoor and Rampton Hospitals and the Tavistock Clinic, Jo-anne brings a commitment to understanding organisations communities that spans 30 years.
is a leadership coach, organisational consultant and senior lecturer. He is Course Director of the MA Management and Organisational Dynamics (University of Essex Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies). He is also Cohort Director with the NHS Leadership Academy.
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£490 per person
Times: 9am - 6pm each day
Venue: International Hall, Lansdowne Terrace, London WC1N 1AS
For more information, contact: email@example.com
(Refreshments are provided during the day but not lunch; there are, however, a number of sandwich shops and restaurants around Liverpool Street station.)
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