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Warm greetings for the festive season & best wishes for 2016. By working together we have assembled our thoughts, feelings and reflections to...

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21 December 2015

Warm greetings for the festive season & best wishes for 2016. To our clients, colleagues, alumni, national and international partners and friends of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations.

By working together we have assembled our thoughts, feelings and reflections to send you seasonal greetings during this festive period.

We will be also be making a donation of £300 to Joshua Orphan and Community Care (JOCC) in Malawi.

In 140 characters… a kiss X pic.twitter.com/sx7Vk60NUi

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Wishing you well over this festive season, may your wicked issues be tamed and your complexities stay this side of chaos. — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

between Christmas and New Year the days of the week lose all their meanings

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

where is my warm hat I hung it by the front door can I borrow yours — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Lord of the Dance from the personal into the universal back to the personal, all seen with a new eye, open to the beauty of imperfection.

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Every day we think about direction, rhythm and space. Christmas is time for stillness, reflection and grace. Creating new hope for a new day — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Where would be progressing without regressing? Shorter days bring longer stargazing.

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Change of season, season of change — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Live life and be fearless, there’s always a silver lining

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

In the fatigue of shopping for images and reflection – progressing is what illuminates our being — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

I am a man from the Tavi Who thinks he’s increasingly savvy But another year passes Still forget my galoshes And still I walk in feet soggy

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Systems thinking isn’t just for life. It’s for Christmas too. Have fun with it! — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

The end is nigh, the office silent like the leafless trees. Next year more ideas will bloom and grow but for now to Christmas we gladly go.

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

It might get colder But blossoming will occur The days get lighter — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

wet trainers and socks the price of cycling year round roll on the summer

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

From a very damp, rainy December we all wish you a bright and happy New Year. — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

December 21 is the shortest night, it gets lighter each day from then on.

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

We close 2015 with a new office to work in and new staff to work with, leading us into the new year — Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

Family. The system has conveniently forgotten the real mothers of the corporate children. Hope.

— Tavistock Institute (@T_I_H_R) December 17, 2015

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