Currently, Russia and China are NOT included in the list of countries with which the UK have a travel corridor agreement. By November this situation may have changed.
Prices include the 3-day conference programme, VAT, lunch & refreshments.
Prices do not include costs for travel and accommodation.
The Bloomsbury Park Hotel is situated at 126, Southampton Row, London, WC1B 5AD.
The nearest underground stations are Holborn (Piccadilly Line) and Tottenham Court Road (Northern line). Both are a short walk to the venue.
The only dedicated small group relations training event in the world. Designed and co-directed by Prof Stapley and Evelyn Cleavely until 2017 when Jina Barrett took over from Evelyn. This workshop is for six people only and by invitation only. It is a challenging and intense workshop that provides high quality learning to build on previous experiences of group relations learning.
The purpose of the workshop is to build on previous small group experience; the aim being to provide advanced learning about small group processes and to develop consultant capabilities for the members.
First made available in 2000, it has been held three times a year ever since. It has a high reputation and is a sought-after experience by those in many countries.
Criteria for invitation to this event is two substantive group relations learning conference experiences and an interest in further developing group relations knowledge, skills and ability.
Membership for this event is by invitation only.
Anyone interested in attending this event should contact The Director of IGO who will advise as to suitability and invitation.
Bookings now available, contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
As soon as we are able, the date of the next Group Relations Conference will be posted here.
Best wishes from all at IGO Consultancy Services Ltd
The Conference provides experiential learning opportunities that will enable members to learn about, understand, and identify conscious and unconscious group processes, and to begin to apply these processes to groups and organisations in which they belong.
Learning about these group processes will enable members, and the groups and organisations that members are part of, to be more effective and will positively affect the bottom line. Individually and organisationally, it will provide members with a competitive advantage.
Working in small, large and inter-group events will each provide different learning opportunities, all highly applicable to each and every group and organisation to which members belong.
Papers provided after each of the four days will add to the experiential learning with theoretical explanations and understanding.
We are all part of groups, be that family, or other groups, and organisations where we may be managers, leaders, or engaged in other roles; or we may be supplying services such as coaching or consultancy for individuals, groups or whole organisations. All will benefit from the learning acquired from attendance at this Conference.