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Intersectionality: Working in the Borders of our Relatedness and Dividedness
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA
Friday, March 27, 2020 to Sunday, March 29, 2020
Category: Group Relations Conferences

Intersectionality: Working in the Borders of our Relatedness and Dividedness is a Group Relations Conference that explores the conscious and unconscious ways we are bound together in organizational life. Participants join to co-create a temporary organization that has the task of learning through experience about the intersections of our group memberships in relation to the systemic dynamics of authority and power that we engender. We have the opportunity to examine how our relatedness and dividedness connect and intersect, to discern when and where authority and power is static and fluid, and to exercise leadership in a changing environment. As we encounter rational and irrational group processes that simultaneously assist and hinder, connect and divide, and connect through dividing us in our work, we may ask: Can we bring all of who we are to our work? If so, how? And if we do, what will be the impact that our collective actions and inactions have on the experience of justice? If you are concerned about these issues and want to develop your capacity to authorize yourself and others to lead justly in the intersections, then join us!

 

 

Evangeline Sarda, Director

Frank Dwyer, Associate Director

Minnie Tao, Associate Director of Administration

To register for this event, click here: Registration Form


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