21st - 22nd June 2019
Newlands Medical Centre, 315 Chorley New Road, Bolton, Greater Manchester, BL1 5BP
Group Analysis has a distinguished track record in expertise with groups. The discipline articulates and uses fundamental processes seen in all groups, and pays close attention to the relationship between each individual in the group and the group as a whole, making it a particularly valuable model for working with teams and reflective practice groups. The course is offered by Group Analysis North in partnership with the Institute of Group Analysis. The training is relevant to all who work with teams within organisations, or conduct groups promoting reflection and dialogue.
What does the course offer?
The foundation course offers an experiential introduction to the group analytic approach in working with groups in organisations, particularly reflective practice groups and other team interventions. This experiential foundation course offers lectures from leading practitioners, opportunities to experience the dynamics of reflection in small and large groups, practical exercises to deepen understanding of leadership and group dynamics, and opportunity to consider how to apply learning in your own work setting. Some reading is suggested prior to the weekend.
Who is the Foundation Course for?
The foundation course is open to anyone with a professional interest in reflective practice at work, team coaching or other organisational interventions. We expect it will particularly interest people working with teams and/or conducting reflective practice groups, and organisational leaders wishing to understand how best to participate in and use groups to promote organisational health and effective communication. It is especially valuable for those leading or working with diverse, multi-disciplinary teams in complex or challenging settings.
For further information and to register for the weekend, please click on the link below