"Life changing experience."
"I thoroughly enjoyed the [conference]. I felt energised and motivated coming away from it. Very impressive."
"I am increasingly finding ways in which to consider and offer my leadership in organisational contexts. The event was extremely helpful in enabling me to work through where and how I might effect shift in conflicted and uncertain environments."
"It’s a bit like the mist has lifted on a landscape I knew was there but I couldn’t make out the contours properly before."
Working with others is fundamental to organisational life. It can be fun, rewarding and productive, but also difficult, frustrating and painful. The workshop will illuminate the complexity of organisations and explore the meaning, limitations and creative potential of working together. We will consider authority, role, task, power and accountability; leadership and followership; values and culture. We will see how our personalities shape what happens, and the impact of conscious and unconscious processes on the capacity for thoughtful action.
Sponsored by the British Psychotherapy Foundation, Directed by Gabriella Braun, this intensive 3 day non-residential event is in the tradition of Group Relations Conferences – experiential workshops designed to explore the complex dynamics of organisational life. It’s for anyone who is curious about organisations and wants to develop their capacity to be thoughtful and effective at work and beyond.
Participants come from a wide range of sectors across the private, public and charitable sectors. You don’t need any knowledge or experience of psychotherapy.
When and where:
Friday 23 – Sunday 25 October 2015.
BpF, 37 Mapesbury Road, London, NW2 4HJ
Before 31st July
£425 for BPF members
£425 for three or more participants from the same organisation
After 31st July
£465 for BPF members
£465 for three or more participants from the same organisation
For more information see the brochure.
If you would like to discuss the event please contact Gabriella:
Tel: 0208 365 3115
M: 07515 370 660