Media from 2010 Symposium

The AKRI 2010 Symposium Group Relations in America 2010 and Beyond: Developing a Resurgence Strategy October 7-10, 2010

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Keynote by C. Fred Alford: Whistelblowers as a group phenonomon

A powerful and fascinating talk about whistleblowing as a governor on the ethical behavior of groups and the personal dynamics of the individual whistleblower. 1 hour 24 minutes mp3


Keynote by Eliat Aram: The Aesthetics of Group Relations: Design, leadership and the art of learning in contemporary group relations practice

An important discussion of innovation and deepening of the Group Relations model. 1 hour mp3

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International Panel Discussion: Ilana Litvin, Israel; Elio Vera, Italy; Dr. Michelle May, South Africa; Jack Lampl, USA

Perspectives from around the world on group relations and organizations that hold the work


Panel Presentation:John Bair: Designing, Implementing, and Learning from Group Relations Training in an Online Environment

Shmuel Bernstein:Actions Initiated by Words

Earl Braxton:Role of Leadership in Managing Organizational Stress & Trauma

Cytrynbaum,Brazaitis,McRae,Monroe,:The AKRI/Academy Boundary: Past, Present and Future Panel

Stan Deloach:Powerpoint Presentation Learning for Leadership in the Physical Realm: Vital Learning Through Experience for Children and Adolescents who have type 1 diabetes mellitus

Charla Hayden:How Sick Can We Afford to Be? – Reflections on the Health Care Reform Debates of 2010 – from a Group Relations Perspective

Trudy Heller:Workshop Proposal: Green Shoots for AKRI: Serving the global transformation to a sustainable society

Debra A. Noumair and Barbara Winderman:Transformation of The A. K. Rice Institute:Looking at why the transformation did not hold

Kate Regan:Consultation as Invitation: A new way of consulting – a discussion of possibilities

Tracy Wallach: Authority, Leadership, and Peacemaking: Innovation, Adaptation and Research in a Group Relations Conference