The workshop
"Exploring Role and Identity in COVID era in
Group relations work on-line"
02-04 SEPTEMBER 2020
The workshop "Exploring Role and Identity in COVID era in Group relations work online" offers you one step further in studying group dynamics in groups and teams in the context of current organisational and social life.

As leaders, managers or consultants we are facing a lot of challenges in managing online groups.

We invite you to explore the specifics of dynamics and behavior of online groups in our workshop.

The workshop will help you answer the questions:
  • How to manage and lead online groups and teams
  • How to build trust and relationships online
  • How to be a part of online organisations as a leader as well as a team member
  • Where the groups' and organisational boundaries are now
  • How online work influences your leadership position and role
  • What the phenomenon of work with online groups is
This workshop includes different online experiential events and a new digital experience.
Place: online, using zoom
It does not matter where you are physically or geographically located - you can join from anywhere in the world.
Time: 11am – 3 pm UK / 13.00-17.00 Moscow / 6 pm-10 pm Hong Kong
We scheduled this time so if you are based in the Eastern part of the globe you could devote the morning to your business or anything else and still have some time in the evening to reflect.
Fee: 300 euros or 23 500 rubl
You will receive an invoice after application
For whom:
Managers, Consultants, Coaches, Therapists, Teachers- anyone who works with people and/or in the service industry and needs to have better insight into the dynamics of online groups in a digital global world.
  • You have already experienced at least one Group Relations methodology based event, residential or not, face-to-face, anywhere worldwide. ·
  • You are acquainted with group dynamic approach and thinking

Conference director
Eliat Aram
Tavistock Institute CEO
Eliat Aram, PhD, is the CEO of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London, UK. Her GR career spans over 20 years of conferences in the UK (The Tavistock Clinic, he Grubb Institute) and abroad (India, South Africa, France, The Netherlands, Israel), across cultural and geographical boundaries. She has been very fortunate to develop a capacity to understand the local context of where she works and to immerse in its vicissitudes.

Eliat has shaped, influenced and sometimes directed the Tavistock Institute's flagship Leicester conference since 2007; directed the AK Rice Institute annual residential for three years 2016-2018 , Teachers College Columbia University's Fall GRC since 2013, Tavistock Institute China GRC since 2019, and directed conferences in Lithuania (2012) and Argentina (2013).

Issues of leadership, authority and learning in a complex, often unknowable world are of daily concern, challenge and excitement for her.
Consultants: to be announced
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