13 Mar

Registration for 2015 International Conference now open!

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We’re pleased to announce that registration for the 2015 Relational Thinking International Conference is now open! You can register here.

You can expect a full two-day programme with interesting and inspiring speakers. Some of those who have confirmed are

  • Sir Paul Coleridge (UK), Former high court judge in the family division. Founder and chairman of Marriage Foundation.
  • Prabhu Guptara (India), Distinguished Professor of Global Business, Management and Public Policy, William Carey University.
  • Beris Gwynne (Australia), Director and Representative to the UN for World Vision International in Geneva, Switzerland ; former Australian Diplomat.
  • Robert E. Hall (USA), Author, Consultant, and former company Co-Founder and CEO.
  • Per Holmström (Sweden),Manager, EU Funds for East Central Sweden 2014-2020.
  • Rob Loe (UK),Education Research Director, Relational Schools Project.
  • Dr Michael Schluter CBE (UK), Author, speaker, and founder of the Relational Thinking movement.
  • Dato’ Dr Kim Tan (Malaysia), Founder and Chairman, NCI Cancer Hospital (Malaysia)  and Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
  • Dr. Robert White (UK), Professor of Geophysics in the Earth Sciences department at Cambridge University.

For more names, a briefing paper on Relational Risk and tickets, please visit the Conference web page. We hope to be able to welcome you in Cambridge in September!

03 Mar

Relational Thinking International Conference: Relational Risk & Sustainability

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This years Relational Thinking conference will bring together thinkers and practitioners from around the world to look at the issue of Relational Risk; how it manifests itself in different contexts and how we can learn to manage and build with it: from business to the environment and from international relations to communities.

We’re pleased to announce that the following speakers are confirmed for our annual conference:

  • Professor Bob White (Professor of Geophysics in the Department of Earth Sciences at Cambridge)
  • Dr. Ted Malloch (Research Fellow at the SAID Business School and former US Ambassador to the World Trade Organization),
  • Dato Dr Kim Tan (Scientist and investor), and
  • Mrs Beris Gwynne (Director Global Advocacy, World Vision).

Conference registration will be up very soon on our website, so watch this space!

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24 Nov

Thinking about relationships in health

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CAMBRIDGE/YORK – It’s becoming more and more clear how important strong relationships are for the quality of healthcare. A conference  early next year, organised by one of our member organizations Whole Systems Partnership, is exploring the role that relationships play in health and care policy and strategy.

The conference, entitled Thinking about Relationships in Health, will take place over 24 hours on Thursday 12th/Friday 13th February, 2015, at the National Railway Museum in York.  It will be led by Dr. Jonathan Shapiro, lead academic and Chair of a large UK Mental Health Trust, and Peter Lacey,  Director of Whole Systems Partnership.  It will also include contributions from other visiting speakers and Whole Systems Partnership Research Associate, Dr. Paul Grimshaw, who has recently joined WSP through the Knowledge Transfer Partnership programme in association with the University of Leeds School of Healthcare Studies.

For more information, or to book online, click here.

05 Nov

Relational Thinking™ International Conference 2015

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CAMBRIDGE – After the successful Relational Thinking™ conference earlier this year in South Africa, we’ve started to prepare for next year’s International Conference. We’re excited to announce that the theme will be Relational Risk & Sustainability: Building strong companies, organisations and communities.

In a time where the world faces a variety of challenges on many different levels, relational risk surfaces in almost every area, from schools to healthcare to business to family.

Please note the dates in your diary – it will be from 16-18 September 2015 in Cambridge, UK.

More news will follow in due course, so watch this space.

Hope to see you all there!