An anthropological lens on P3C
We are delighted that Dr John Curran is joining the Practitioner Certificate in Consultancy and Change (P3C) faculty for 2022. The anthropological lens has always been one of the cornerstones of Tavistock Institute practice – John will bring us his insights especially in the emerging specialism of business anthropology and complement faculty, Anne Benson and Camilla Child, beautifully to offer another exceptional iteration of the P3C programme.
John loves human behaviour and what makes us tick – he says:
“As one of the pioneers of business anthropology, I specialise in making organisations purpose-led, people-centric and highly productive in order to achieve sustainability and growth.
I hold a PhD in Social Anthropology and have formal training in executive coaching (EMCC, EQA), systemic team coaching, facilitation, organisational process consulting, qualitative research and group psychoanalysis.
I am a guest lecturer at Bayes Business School and a Visiting Scholar at the Royal College of Art in design anthropology. I am a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), a TEDx speaker and my thinking and work has appeared in the Financial Times and other media”
John talks about “How culture is messy and why that’s good” in his TEDx talk.
We invite you to join the next cohort of the Practitioner Certificate in Consultancy & Change programme to understand more about how organisations can work better. Come and deepen and develop your organisational consultancy capacity and skills, using Tavistock and other methodologies.
The closing date for applications is 1 May 2022.
If you’d like to attend an online Open Evening where the Directors will chat about the programme or you have any practical questions or would like to express an interest, please register via Eventbrite. The Open Evening will take place on March 16, from 6-7pm GMT.