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Relational Organisational Gestalt: An Emergent Approach to Organisational Development

Interview with Marie-Anne Chidiac about the Book

In this interview, Marie-Anne Chidiac speaks about her new book Relational Organisational Gestalt: An Emergent Approach to Organisational Development. The book offers a transformative, emergent and relational approach for working with the complexity of today's organisations. To read an interview with Marie-Anne about her book, please follow the link to the March 2018 Relational Change Newsletter.

ROG Videos & PodcastsTOP

Overview of the ROG Approach.

What is Relational Organisational Gestalt (ROG)? Marie-Anne Chidiac provides an overview of the ROG Approach, its origins and key influences.

The SOS Framework.

What is meant by a 'Relational Approach'? Sally Denham-Vaughan and Marie-Anne Chidiac discuss relationality and the Relational Change SOS Framework.

The Notion of Presence.

What is Presence and how to define it? Marie-Anne Chidiac and Sally Denham-Vaughan discuss presence as a relational and ethical process. and make the distinction between presence and charisma.

Relational Ethics and Values.

What is the importance of ethics and values in a relational approach? Sally Denham-Vaughan and Marie-Anne Chidiac discuss the ethical dimension of presence and values in organisations.

What to expect from the ROG Programme?

What to expect from the Relational Organisational Gestalt (ROG) Programme? How will it support me in my work? How will greater ethical presence help me? Marie-Anne Chidiac and Sally Denham-Vaughan share their insight into the programme and discuss these questions.

Other Videos & PodcastsTOP

Mark Fairfield: "Relational Culture and Undoing Individualism" –The Healing Justice Podcast 2018.

Mark Fairfield speaks about the central role of connection in our lives and lethal individualism. We learn about relational culture, factors for resilience, his work supporting caregivers in the AIDS movement, how bullying is a euphemism, and failure.

Mark Fairfield: "Sharing Resonance" –The Healing Justice Podcast 2018.

Mark Fairfield introduces an exercise called "Sharing Resonance" It is a framework for building relational culture and dismantling individualism in our relationships and groups. This episode is more of a training and intro to how to share resonance, so you can listen on the go and learn the practice wherever you are... and then take it into relationship and practice it with one or more others. We especially recommend starting with groups of 3-5.

Antonio Damasio: "Self comes to Mind" –FIAP 2014.

We are delighted to show this video featuring Antonio Damasio, one of the most important neuroscientists in the world, on the topic of 'the emergent self'. The video was recorded in Italy, Oct. 2–5, 2014, during the Conference of the Italian Federation of Psychotherapy's Associations and was generously shared by Gianni Francesetti, EAGT President

GANZ 2014 Keynote Lecture: Gestalt & States of Grace; Aesthetics, Ethics and Spaciousness.

Sally Denham-Vaughan outlines a framework for conceptualising Grace and develops the concept with attention to "harmonious Relational fit" and responsivity to the co-emergent situation.

Marianne Fry 2010 Keynote Lecture: The Liminal Space; An Opening to Transformational Shift.

Sally Denham-Vaughan discusses the concept of "liminality" and offers a Gestalt perspective on the opening to transformation.

Self as Instrument in Gestalt

Marie-Anne Chidiac describes the importance of self as instrument as a key aspect of gestalt facilitation.

The Artistry of Gestalt in Organisations

Listen to an Interview with Sally Denham-Vaughan.


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