Join us to celebrate the launch of all three volumes in the Systems Psychodynamics series.
Dr Philip Corran explores the challenges of balancing everyday life and policy when it comes to ageing, disability and social exclusion.
The development of compassionate work and organisation design
David Lawlor and Mannie Sher speak on systems psychodynamics theory and its application to organisational consultancy as part of this book launch of An Introduction to Systems Psychodynamics
— a mashup of indices and qualitative analysis of reports. A talk by Professor Steven H. Cady.
Being a consultant means helping the client. How open are we to when we are not?
The Tavistock Institute team talk about a project designed to help low-skilled jobseekers train for future employment.
How we can introduce useful novelty into our thinking about management consulting?
A CEO asked, how can we encourage integrated working across international boundaries, help competing groups be more outward-focused, and improve business sense?
Imagine the pressures of working in an NHS Directorate and the associated dynamics.
‘We need to change the way we do things’ Hertfordshire adult care services told us back in 2019.
Dr Eliat Aram and Dr Simon Western discuss sustainability, the environment, urban development, and creative working around how the future is being shaped.
Green light for the 'PARCS Grows Everybody' Rape Crisis oral history project, exploring the legacy of Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling Service.
The WGI Film (2022), made by Leeds Animation Workshop, with women and girls working with and supported by WGI funded projects.
Lisa Ward presents the second Women and Girls Initiative webinar
Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs presents the first of our Women and Girls Initiative webinars.
Transforming the lives of women and girls by creating the right physical and emotional spaces - a new evidence briefing.
This book describes this new and expanding paradigm – bringing together the social-technical and the people dimensions for the first time.
A briefing demonstrating how women’s support services can help stop perpetrators in their tracks.
A webinar, including a Qi Gong session, focused on supporting the health and wellbeing of staff in the women and girls’ sector.
A new Memorandum of Understanding formalising our partnership.
Supporting the most vulnerable women and girls through the Covid-19 crisis.
A new insights briefing from the Women and Girls Initiative.
A briefing designed to support those providing services for young women and girls.
How Women’s Centres can play a key role in meeting the needs of women in their communities?
The story of our work with arts. Expanding our disciplines and customising practice.
The first blog written by Professor Liz Kelly, CWASU, London Metropolitan University, for the WGI, in 2018.
An introduction to the Women and Girls Initiative Learning and Impact Services.
A European research project with the main focus on young people who are NEET.
(with apologies to the crew of the Apollo 13 moon flight...)
Creating a system that will genuinely hold the Board of NHS England to account
Our consultants are there both to hold the space open for profound discussions and ensure that actions are taken, and accountability lines identified.
How we are responding to the climate emergency
The National Lottery Community Fund has engaged the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, DMSS and CWASU (the partners), to support the Women and Girls Initiative (WGI). The partners will support the Fund’s WGI grant holders to capture and share learning, develop a community of networked services that is stronger and has greater influence.
The Women and Girls Initiative (WGI) was a National Lottery funded initiative designed to enable a stronger women and girls sector.
We were engaged to deliver the WGI Learning and Impact Services throughout the life of this initiative.
Explore articles that shared learning and insights from the Women and Girls Initiative, particularly during the initial COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020.
Reimagining diversity and inclusion