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Short, E.L. (2019). Group Relations Love: Sentience and Group Relations Work Part I. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 19(2):186-199.

(2019). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 19(2):186-199

Group Relations Love: Sentience and Group Relations Work Part I

Ellen L. Short

Part I of this article will focus on the relationship between sentience and group relations conference work. Literature concerning group relations work and sentience will be explored. Sentience will be explored structurally and externally through the lens of task and group, with a focus on systems, organisational transformation, as well as the history, philosophy, and design of group relations conferences. Group relations work and sentience will also be focused on in relation to inquiry of why one does the work, embodying an internal perspective regarding the complexities of the consultant role and relationship to the group. The construct of group relations love will be introduced in connection with aspects of sentience in group work.

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