Group Relations Work: Exploring the Impact and Relevance Within and Beyond its Network

Editor : Eliat Aram, Editor : Robert Baxter, Editor : Avi Nutkevitch

Group Relations Work: Exploring the Impact and Relevance Within and Beyond its Network

Book Details

  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Published : 2015
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 304
  • Category :
    Group Psychotherapy
  • Catalogue No : 35962
  • ISBN 13 : 9781782201977
  • ISBN 10 : 1782201971

Reviews and Endorsements

‘Thinking deeply about how we learn in groups, from groups, and about groups is vital for business leaders and educators. The insights and reflections in this volume provide thought-provoking offerings about innovation, legacy, and thinking contemporarily about concepts and behaviours addressing role, organisation, task and authority. For Group Relations (GR) practitioners this is treasure akin to the jewels found in Aladdin’s Cave!’
— Leslie Brissett, JP, PhD, Company Secretary and Principal Consultant, Tavistock Institute of Human Relations and Director of The Leicester Conference 2016

‘This book has filled me with awe and a growing sense of excitement about the everexpanding possibilities of implementing Group Relations work internationally – it has stretched the boundaries of my thinking and imagination about the application of GR. The volume brings together and celebrates diverse voices illustrating the application and value of GR in different global contexts. The authors have successfully shown how through passion, commitment, creativity and innovation they and other GR practitioners have ensured the continued contribution of GR globally.’
— Michelle S. May, Professor, Department of Industrial and Organisational Psychology, University of South Africa

‘This volume is filled with inspired papers and thoughtful reflections. Within and between the lines one can sense the commitment, intellectual rigour, disagreements, creativity, and passion for this work and its power to peer into what is often hidden. It is a must-have volume for insiders and a valuable resource for those in diverse fields who want to learn how group relations can inform and potentially transform.’
— Jack Lampl, artist, organisational consultant, Fellow and Past President, A. K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems

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