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Authority, Power and Justice: Leadership for Change
March 28-30, 2014
Boston College, Brighton Campus
The purpose of this workshop is to provide opportunities for understanding rational and irrational group processes that assist and hinder our work within groups. To that end, the workshop is designed to be a temporary learning organization, or system, which comes to life when staff and participants join to co-create it. The primary task of this learning organization is to study the development and exercise of authority, leadership, power and justice, in the context of change, through the inter-personal and inter-group relations that develop within the workshop as an organization. Unlike traditional learning systems, there are no lectures, panels or power point presentations. Instead, the workshop is based on reflection-in-action; learning focuses on our experiences and interactions with each other in real time. All participants (staff and members) have the opportunity to study conscious and unconscious processes relating to authority, leadership, power, justice, and the dynamics of change as they are experienced and expressed "here and now" within the temporary learning system, and in the context of the larger social systems within which the workshop exists.
See the "conference" page for a link to the full brochure.