Registration for 2015 International Conference now open!

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!

Relational Thinking™ International Conference 2015

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!