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Group Relations Conferences: Tradition, Creativity and Succession in the Global Group Relations Network | Volume III in The Group Relations Conferences Series
Eliat Aram and Avi Nutkevitch (Eds) | Contributions by Dr. Robert Baxter
Routledge (London: Karnac Books) / Softcover / Sep 2012
9781780490014 (ISBN-10: 1780490011)
Group Psychotherapy
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This book, the third of its kind, is a compilation of chapters based on presentations at the third Group Relations international meeting in Belgirate, Italy, during November 2009, plus a number of think pieces from participants reflecting on their experience of the meeting.

The book takes yet another step in continuing the discourse, which began in 2003, articulating the relevance of the Group Relations conference method and the timeliness of its application globally. The chapters in the book deal with the personal as well as the organizational journeys of Group Relations practitioners and examine those through the lenses of tradition, succession and creative application. The authors are experienced GR practitioners internationally and together they enrich further the tapestry of Group Relations model and its application and potential.

Table of Contents:
ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS
PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
FOREWORD, Tim Dartington

INTRODUCTION

SECTION I: EXPLORING PERSONAL, INSTITUTIONAL, AND CULTURAL JOURNEYS IN GROUP RELATIONS CONFERENCES
CHAPTER ONE:“Climbing fast up the ladder?!” The lived experience of directing, Eliat Aram
CHAPTER TWO: Experiential learning: the Indian experience from the proto-historic period to the present, Gouranga P. Chattopadhyay and Ajeet N. Mathur
CHAPTER THREE: Administration and creativity in the Leicester conferences: dancing on the drudge, Rachel Kelly

SECTION II: JOURNEYS OF CONFERENCES: GRAPPLING WITH TRADITION, SUCCESSION,
AND APPLICATION
CHAPTER FOUR: Germans, Jews, Israelis, Palestinians, and Others today: thoughts on the “Nazareth” conferences, Louisa D. Brunner, M. Fakhry Davids, and Dorothee C. von Tippelskirch-Eissing
CHAPTER FIVE: Robben Island as a container for diversity dynamics: the directors’ experience, Michelle S. May and Frans Cilliers
CHAPTER SIX: Beyond the family psychic template, Brigid Nossal and Susan Long

SECTION III: LEARNING THROUGH EXPERIENCE: WRESTLING WITH CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION IN SUCCESSION AND APPLICATION
CHAPTER SEVEN: Learning from experience and the experience of learning in an academic setting, Oren Kaplan, Judith Levy, Avi Nutkevitch, and Miri Tsadok
CHAPTER EIGHT: Leadership: a song of mentoring and power, Beverly Malone
CHAPTER NINE: Beyond succession: learning from experience of being the board of Group Relations Nederland, Pim Stafleu, Doris Gottlieb, Janine van Oosten, and Gerard van Reekum
CHAPTER TEN: Leadership and innovation in management and consultancy, Mónica Velarde Lazarte

SECTION IV: POST-CONFERENCE REFLECTIONS
CHAPTER ELEVEN: A church with no followers: a split of knowledge and power in the group relations community, Daphna Bahat
CHAPTER TWELVE: Intimacy and detachment: working relationships in a temporary institution, Angela Eden and David Sierra Lozano
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Belgirate as the crossroads: discovering the essence of the work elsewhere, Vivian Gold and Siv Boalt Boëthius
CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Manliness in the era of female leadership, Yermi Harel
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: The chains of tradition: escaping, endorsing, or exploring?, Britta Hogberg and Magnus Larsson
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: How envy, fear of envy, and manipulation of envy can paralyse healthy competition and healthy succession, Lilian Hupkens
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: Some reflections on the experience of Belgirate III: tradition, creativity, and succession in the global network from a lateral perspective, Jacqueline Sirota
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: Boundaries, connectedness, and networks: reflections from Belgirate III, Rina Tagore
CHAPTER NINETEEN: Remnants, Quakers, and group relations, Simon Western

INDEX

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