How humans relate to each other and non-human systems, how we grow in character, how we embrace learning and change, are questions that flicker around all points of world history.

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The Leicester Conference

There is now wide recognition that group and systems psychodynamics play a vital part in the success or failure of work projects and organisational change.

Welcome to the 14-day experiential learning event that has been running since 1957, and provides space to reflect and contemplate on how you lead and follow in your organisation, your community — indeed, how you lead and follow in your life.

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From us come ever-emerging ideas and technologies, which are adopted internationally by people, groups, businesses and other organisations.

Arts & Organisation

Group Relations around the world

Group Relations Conferences are a vital ingredient for anyone interested in developing and deepening their leadership strategy and organisational practice. The Group Relations programme features activities around the world.

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Research & Evaluation

Our Professional Development programmes

Our professional development offers are built on over 75 years of research and practice around Human Relations, and span a range of activities, from residential conferences to bespoke one-to-one coaching.

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Our consultancy work

Food for thought — Lunchtime Talks

We invite you to be part of our popular Food for Thought lunchtime talk series, taking place every three weeks.

They are informal sessions that take place on the third Wednesday of each month, between 1 — 2.30pm (GMT). The intention is to provide a space for debate and reflection between Tavistock staff, those who are or have been collaborating with us and other interested researchers and practitioners.

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Our international projects

Our environment-focussed work

From our early work on open systems and the socio-environmental, the Institute has strived to understand the rippling effect of actions taken by organisations on the systems they inhabit, and how, in dialogue, systems force organisations to change.

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