Complexity and Management Conference, June 2017
a. 1 day introduction to Complexity and Management Workshop only
b. Combined Conference and Workshop (includes all board and lodging)
c. Conference only (includes all board and lodging)
Working in groups: what practical difference does it make to take complexity seriously?
The 2017 Complexity and Management Conference assumes that the best place to learn about groups is in a group. With its usual mix of key note speeches, break-out discussions and informal socialising, the conference aims to explore the complex responsive processes of human relating in groups.
The conference begins 7pm Friday 2nd June and finishes after lunch Sunday 4th June.
On Friday 2nd June there will be a one day workshop offering an Introduction to Complexity and Management. This workshop is suitable for new attendees of the conference, or anyone interested in complexity and management, to gain some basic insights into the ideas developed by the faculty of the Doctor of Management.This workshop will not run unless it attracts 12 participants.
Key note speakers for the conference this year are:
Dr Martin Weegmann, is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Group Analyst, who has specialised in substance misuse and personality disorders and is a well-known trainer. His latest books are: The World within the Group: Developing Theory for Group Analysis (Karnac, 2014) and Permission to Narrate: Explorations in Group Analysis, Psychoanalysis & Culture (Karnac 2016).
Dr Karina Iversen is a graduate of the Doctor of Management programme and an experienced consultant working in Denmark. She has co-authored a Danish introductory book on complex responsive processes of relating, which has gained a lot of attention in Danish communities interested in complexity. Karina is also an external lecturer at the Copenhagen Business School.
Professor Nick Sarra is a Consultant Psychotherapist working in the NHS and a group analyst specialising in organisational consultancy, debriefing and mediation within the workforce. He works on three post graduate programmes at the School of Psychology, Exeter University and is a Visiting Professor at the University of Hertfordshire.
a. 1 day introduction to complexity and management workshop only - £200
b. Combined seminar and conference fee (includes all board and lodging) £800
c. Conference fee only (includes all board and lodging) - £700
d. Conference only early bird booking before 30th April 2017 - £650
There are no refunds for delegates cancelling less than 48 hours in advance of the conference or workshop.