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Work and wellbeing: Organisations and systems
Monday 8 March 2021, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Building on session one but also free-standing, this session will take an organisation and system focus and draw on the Trust’s education and training programmes as well knowledge generated from our development and consulting work in collaboration with others to reflect on what is required systemically and organisationally to create and sustain organisations in which individuals and groups can thrive. The sessions will be co-chaired by Brian Rock and Chris Caldwell who will host Lydia Hartland-Rowe, Angela Bagum and Christine Mckenzie.
This session will aim to enable participants to join the panel in reflecting on the experience of being in work and to think about the core requirements of the workplace and the individual to enable people to continue to thrive in work, even under difficult circumstances. This session will connect our long experience of supporting individual learners and teams with our work with organisations and the wider system through a common thread of reflective practice.
There will be a unique opportunity to draw on all of our experiences and challenges together with the particular issues of delivering health and mental health care and social care through the pandemic. All welcome. Please note that the timing of this talk is subject to change.
For 100 years, the Tavistock and Portman has proudly been at the forefront of exploring mental health and wellbeing. From attachment theory and infant observation, to applying psychoanalytic and systemic approaches in varied settings, our ideas have led to changes in care, education, how organisations work and beyond.
Our Centenary Festival is celebrating our history and exploring contemporary issues in relation to identity, relationships and society. It is considering how we continue to draw on our heritage to provide valuable responses to contemporary and future problems from the perspective of equality and inclusion.