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The Entry Sub- conference will take place from the 09-14th of October 2017
The Design and Training Sub-conferences will take place from the 5th - 14th October 2017
International Conference
Hope of the Amazon:
Entrepreneurship and
Sustainable Culture
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AN EXPERIENTIAL
CONFERENCE ON THE TAVISTOCK
TRADITION
“LEADERSHIP, CREATIVITY
AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
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COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT”
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PRIMARY TASK
To learn from the experience of leadership, authority,
accountability and love in order to promote a spirit of inquiry
in the Peruvian Amazon
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Full immersion for learning in real time
The Tavistock Group Relations Methodology “contributes to the capacity
to develop and retain mental space of a benign, creative, contained and
constructive nature” (Young, R; 1994). This mental space offer the
possibility for emotional growth through the acceptance of the socially
constructed aspects of the external reality of an individual and his/her
community/group/organisation/society by confronting projection and
denial at organisational and societal levels
This event is a method for the study of community relations
and the development of leadership capabilities. It requires
full immersion and it takes the shape of a temporary
cooperative that builds an experiential learning community
with sustainable outcomes. We integrate different
methodologies of the social sciences, including action
research and applied psychoanalysis to work on the field of
sustainability with an open systems approach. Our core
praxis will build over the Tavistock Tradition of Group
Relations and Mini-society Conferences. We have developed
three interconnected sub-conferences offering multiple
opportunities for experiential learning.
Each participant will take up different roles and
responsibilities by participating in the design of various social
and organisational structures. Inside the event, we will reflect
upon reality as it is experience learning of the different
dynamics involved in the process of role taking in turbulent
environments and the dynamics of interdependency in
complex systems.
Together we'll enquire into our development as a learning
METHODOLOGY
We will work in non-conventional ways of
learning requiring no specic type of
education. The arts will be central to our
working approach incorporating musical
creation, dancing, crafting, painting among
other dimensions for the exploration of cultural
life. In this learning process, feelings, dreams,
physical sensations, fantasies, wishes and
desires will be resources offering each
participant a valuable source of information
about themselves and about the community as
a system.
This is a unique opportunity to reflect about
the human ecology of the Amazon, helping to
document its wisdom before its lost.
Participants will share a number of sessions to
work on the conference primary task and will
also have the opportunity to work in different
sub- conference structures according to their
different experiences and areas of interest.
Participants will share a number of sessions
from 09:00 a 20:00 in order to work on the
primary task and they will have an opportunity
to work on their different areas of interest.
Additionally, they will be invited to participated
on creating their own systems of work
according to their different interests, needs
and desires.
All together we will create an audiovisual
research documentary to systematise our
learning.
STRUCTURE
Entry Sub-conference- 09 - 14 October
2017
Design for those who attend for the first
time and want to:
- develop leadership and entrepreneurial
skills
- gain a deeper understanding of rational
and irrational group processes that
influence the work of people, groups
communities and organisations
- develop their capacity to exercise
authority and influence on groups,
communities and organisations
- develop psychological resilience in
turbulent environments
Design Sub-conference - 05 -14 October
2017
Design for those who want to:
- develop applications to the field of
reflective citizenship, social inclusion and
sustainability
- design socially sustainable organisational
and community methodologies in
turbulent environments
- learn about the psychodynamics of
sustainability
Training Sub-conference - 05 -14
October 2017.
Design for those who have two or more
International conference experience on
the Tavistock Tradition (minimum one
week each) and that have as main goal to
train internal or external consultants that
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will be able to contribute to the
development of Leadership, Social
Corporative Responsibility, Corporative
Citizenship, Community Development and
Social Inclusion.
LANGUAGES
The ofcial languages of the conference
include all native languages. The working
languages of the conference are Spanish and
English. The use of all native languages is
encouraged and open to exploration. Staff and
participants will be working across language
barriers.
Art, music, movement and audiovisual
resources will be a source for communication.
The team of staff and consultants will organiSe
a system of translation and communication.
Participants are encouraged to create their
own systems to work across languages, such
system will be open to exploration.
INVESTMENT
The Entry Sub-conference is $1,800 USD +
IGV
The Design and Training Sub-conference is
$3,500 USD + IGV.
The event is non for profit and non-residential. !
All fees are re-invested on the sustainability of
the Hope of the Amazons program. By
particip ating , you contrib ute on the
continuation of an inter-cultural learning
centre that aspires to become self- sustainable
and to the generation of knowledge for the
sustainable integration of the diverse ethnic
groups of Peru into modern life, preventing
social conflicts and encouraging reflective
citizenship.
Fees include participation in a conference
observation event around the Amazons area
and Role Analysis Sessions dedicated to
transfer learning to your back-home
organisations. Contribution to Hope of the
Amazons community scholarships fund, an
indigenous participants who are granted full
tuition scholarships.
Fees do not include accommodation or meals.
The Administration could provide a list of
hotels and restaurants upon request.
APPLICATION DEADLINE is the 15th of
September 2017.
VENUE
Universidad Nacional de la Amazonía Peruana
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PARTICIPANTS
The event has two type of participants: staff members compose by national and international
consultants and a maximum of 80 participants who will apply to this conference and that aims to
represent and explore a microcosmos of the Regional Peruvian context.
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WELCOME
Participation in this event offers you, your
organisation and your community the
opportunity to learn about leadership,
accountability and authority in complex
systems, understanding your role and how
your actions can matter in your community
or your organisation as well as in the wider
global society.
As a manager, the event offers you and
members of your organisation a way to
explore aspects of ethical leadership. This
is an experiential event to work different
aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility
(CSR), Corporate Citizenship, Social
Inclusion and Reective Citizenship
through understanding the roles of, and
relationships with Native Community
leaders such as those of the Amazon.The
experience will enable you to co-design in
relevant fields. We will work profoundly on
the development of leadership through the
analysis of the person in role within their
organisation and in interaction with their
context and environment.
As a citizen or professional, it offers you
an experience to develop awareness of
what it means to be citizen and a
professional in your country, developing
responsible leadership with social and
ecological consciousness.
As a representative from ethnic groups
of the Peruvian Amazon, it offers you
different ways to work on healthy
integration with modern world and
develop leadership and entrepreneurial
capabilities.
As a member of the Programme Beca 18,
it offers you and the members of the
Un ive rs it y a nd C omm un it ie s yo u
represent with a range of unique
opportunities to explore the dynamics of
social inclusion within communities,
organisations and government and the
larger national and international society.
As a student participation allows you to
explore and develop psychological
resilience for the process of adaptation
within the university life; As a faculty
participation allows you to increase your
awareness of the social dynamics in order
to develop strategies for inclusive
education and policies for the integration
o f n a t i v e s t u d e n t s w i t h i n y o u r
organisation.
For all, it becomes possible to rethink and
rework historical or racial prejudices. The
conference provides an opportunity for
encounters among leaders, citizens,
professionals, managers and students;
Peruvian people from diverse origins, and
those from other countries. opening to
each a unique chance to explore the
meaning
and the consequences of human diversity,
and to learn about otherness in a fruitful
way.
These discoveries can transform your way
of wo rki ng to get her, of c ros sin g
differences with an/other in order to
enhance your individual and collective
creativity, not only within the conference,
but also in your back home communities
and organisations.
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Consequently, this event offer you unique
opportunities to explore the meaning and
the consequences of human diversity to
learn about “the other”; and alterity” in a
fruitful way.
Would you like to find a different way to
exercise leadership and authority in
your community, in your organisation in
an accountable and sustainable way as it
relates to its human and ecological
environment?
Would you like to explore this while you
find a purposeful way to work on the
relationships between you, your
organisation and native Amazonian
communities?
In a world full of rapid transitions, it is
important to explore and learn how to
contribute in a way that promotes
sustainable solutions in dimensions which
are organisational as well as ecological,
psychical and cultural.
Entering into this exploration requires
knowledge about the complex paradoxes
within and between different perspectives.
It also requires courage to act in an
innovative and more balanced way without
the safety of fixed positions or rigid roles.
On the one hand, as a western manager or
ma nag er fr om th e Gl ob al N or th, !
you may think that managing sustainable
transitions in Amazonia is too far away.and
someone else’s problem. And as a Native
Community leader, you may think !
that management issues of national or
international organisations may appear as
very distant. Seen from afar, these
dynamics appear to be too complicated
and messy to intertwine in.
On the other hand, realistic hope is built of
skill-full participation in connecting these
th emes, b ase d o n a cc ounta bilit y,
compassion and love. The integration and
encounter among different perspectives to
understand the world we inhabit in order
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OUR
CONCEPTS
Some concepts used by the staff to make sense of what is happening:
Here and Now: the space for learning and transformation
Authority: the right to take action and make decisions on behalf of a group. A right that can come from various
sources, such as from above, below, formally or informally.
Boundaries: separate and connect what is inside and outside. This includes boundaries between organizations
and their environments, between sub- groups, between the individual and the group, and between the person
and role.
Hope: a leap on expectation.Serves as a drive for emotions and human wellbeing. Concept with solid roots in
systemic thinking through self-organisation and complex adaptation. The capacity for hope is develop within
the first 18 months of life when there is an effective development process of the tension between trust and
mistrust. (Erikson,E. 1968)
Leadership: exercised by offering meaningful direction that recognizes the needs of an organization or
group.In a group can be thought of as representing or embodying the function of the group, especially
its major function or primary task.
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Love: as a resource to take care of oneself, the Other and the environment instead of as an idealistic and
romantic feeling.
Primary Task: activities that must be accomplished for an organization to achieve its purposes.
Purpose: Emerging construct that requires constant personal and collective discernment during the processes
of role taking. Its exploration increases human potential and explores questions such as why do I take a role in a
system at a given point in time? Why a given organisational system exists? How does it contributes to the
larger ecological system to which it belongs?
Radical Hope: Anticipated a good for which those who have the hope and yet lack the appropriate concepts to
understand it. This hope is directed toward a future goodness that transcends the current ability to understand
what it is...”Lear, J (2006)
Role: A particular part of the overall task that is assigned to, or taken up by, an individual, a group or an
organization.
Spirit of Inquiry: Co-creation that encourages the openness to what emerges remaining curious and grateful to
the lived experience without pre- judgment.
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Sustainability: The search for the significative co- existence within human systems and among human and
ecological systems. (Mainteny, P. 2000)
Trust: the dimension for reparation and transformation of the relationships and relatedness towards the
peruvian native communities.
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Managers and professionals that are not
Associated to the Hope of the Amazon Program,
Beca 18 or UCP, UNAP must request an application
form to
jorgemendoza@socioanalyticpractice.com
Associates of Hope of the Amazon Program,
OEPIAP, Beca 18 must request an application form
and scholarship form to
beatrizrodriguez@hopeoftheamazon.org
All applications will be confirmed on written note
by the Conference Directorate.
Application
Form
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Photography rights of Beatriz Rodriguez Macuyama
GALLERY
CONFERENCE STAFF
CONFERENCE DIRECTOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE ENTRY SUB-CONFERENCE
MÓNICA VELARDE LAZARTE (PERU-USA)
President of Hope of the Amazon Civil Association, Director of T-Consult Socioanalytic Practice, Professional Partner the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, Senior Consultant Centro Coaching UK.
Candidate Doctorate at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust & University of East London. She holds the Tavistock Consulting Professional Qualification in Consultancy (D10C). Member of the
British Psychological Society (MBPsS). Member of ISPSO and O.P.U.S. Psychologist accredited at Peruvian Professional School of Psychology. Faculty member of the MA in Health Services at ESAN
University. OD Specialist and Coach/Trainer with 15 years’ experience of consulting in both private and public sectors across the globe. She offers clients rigorous research and consultancy skills,
specialising in organisational and social development with an emphasis on leadership and cultural change. Has achieved considerable success with blue chip companies and not-for-profits organisations, as
well as within the health and education sectors internationally. Working with the Tavistock tradition, her approach is grounded in systemic and psychoanalytic thinking, with a holistic understanding of
organisations as living systems and communities.
CONFERENCE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE DESIGN SUB-CONFERENCE
FABIO D'APICE (España)
A Director and Senior Consultant based in London and Gibraltar with broad consultancy expertise and a proven track record in the delivery of organisational development, leadership development and
executive coaching programmes in the UK and overseas. Fabio has operated as an Independent Executive Coach and Consultant since 2008, currently provide high level consultancy services to clients in
industries that include Oil and Gas, Engineering, Banking, Cybersecurity, Utilities, NGOs, and the UK Public Sector. His particular strength is in equipping line managers with the skills to get the very best
performance from their teams. He draws on a wealth of personal knowledge and experience and uses this for the benefit of his clients. Prior to becoming a coach, Fabio has over 10 years experience as Head
of Engineering in the energy sector, building and leading the team through business and economic storms. Since 2016 he is the Executive Director of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of
Organisations (ISPSO) working with the Board of Directors.
CONFERENCE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE TRAINING SUB-CONFERENCE
PROF. DR. PHIL. HÜSEYIN ÖZDEMIR (Germany, Switzerland)
Professor Özdemir is the Co-founder and Co-Director of oezpa GmbH Academy & Consulting, Bornheim and Director of the Researchgroup “Digital Transformation & Leadership” at the Institute of
Electronic Business, IEB”, University of Arts, Berlin. Professor Özdemir is Senior Lecturer in “Organisational Diagnosis & Consulting“ at the Fresenius University Masterclass in Business Psychology, Cologne.
He is Member of the Advisory Board of “Digital Change GmbH (DCG)”, Lucerne/ Switzerland. Hüseyin Özdemir works as Executive Consultant, Executive Coach, Trainer and Moderator for processes of:
Organisational Development/ Change Management, Digital Transformation, Strategy Development, Team Building and Leadership Development. He is a Member and Cooperating Partner of the
International Coach Federation, ICF and Senior Coach as well as Member of `Council of Experts´ of DBVC (German Association of Coaching). Professor Özdemir is Business author on Leadership,
Organisational Development/ Change Management, Digital Transformation and Coaching.
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CONFERENCE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE ADMINISTRATION TEAM
CARLA ROJAS (Chile)
Psicóloga, Master en Gestión de Personal y Dinámica Organizativa de la Universidad de Chile, consultora organizacional y coach. Coordinadora Académica de Postgrados en Universidad del Desarrollo y
Directora de Diversity Development Consulting. Fue Jefa del Departamento de Salud Ocupacional de la compañía minera Tecnofast, asesora del Departamento de Estudios del Ministerio de Mineria, y
además, como consultor externo contribuyó a la realización de estudios sobre los efectos de la discriminación en la salud mental de la mujer en la industria minera.
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE TRAINING SUB-CONFERENCE
JHONATAN RODRIGUEZ MACUYAMA (IQUITOS-PERÚ)
Administrator Academic manager Hope of the Amazon Civil Association, Iquitos. Technician Official Tourist Guide. Former volunteer at DESAP Organization “Sustainable Development of the Peruvian
Amazonia. VIVA Project Leader “Living Values” Ethical environmental partner. Winner of awards CIRCA2013 Bartolome de las Casas Institute and funded by the European Union. Finalist for the
protagonists for change prize, UPC 2010. Trained group relations consultant. Participant of three International Group Relations Conferences conducted in Iquitos 2011,2013,2014. jhonerickrm@gmail.com
CONSULTANTS AND ADMINISTRATORS WILL BE SELECTED AMONG
RONAL CUJE TUITUY, (KICHWA, PERU)
Estudiante de Economía en la Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana-UNAP, Especialidad de Economía, precedente de la Comunidad Nativa 12 de Octubre- Rio Tigre, de la Nacionalidad Kichwa,
Peru. Miembro de la Organización de Estudiantes de los Pueblos Indígenas de la Amazonia Peruana - Oepiap. Coordinator of environmental quality at river basin of the River Tigre. Miembro del Staff en
Conferencia Internacional de Relaciones Grupales Hope of the Amazon 2012 -2013.
Email: rkujisimchi@gmail.com
FABIO DAPICE
RONAL HUAJE WAMPUCH (AWAJUN-PERÚ)
Director asociado de HOTAA. Bachiller en Ingeniería de ecología en bosques tropicales (www.unapiquitos.edu.pe). Miembro activo en la organización de estudiantes de los pueblos indígenas de la
amazonia peruana (OEPIAP) con el Rol de Fiscalizador 2017 al 2019 (oepiap@hotmail.com). Experimentado en manejos integrados de recursos naturales en Oregon-USA. Consultor en entrenamiento en
las conferencias de Relaciones Grupales para la Amazonia peruana de HOTAA. Líder de la “Comunidad Esperanza” 2012-2013. Experimentado en trabajos de permacultura “chacra, e interpretación de
sueños asociando desde la cultura Awajun, con la tradicional experiencia de Atinia Pape. Actor cultural y voluntario en capacitación de madres y niños en computación básica de la “Fundación Cultural
Yurimaguas” 2006-2007, Consultor en reciclaje y diseños de reutilización. Diseñador e Implementación en centros de dispersión adaptando a la sostenibilidad de los recursos Naturales.
PROF. DR. PHIL. HÜSEYIN ÖZDEMIR (Germany, Switzerland)
BEATRIZ RODRÍGUEZ MACUYAMA (IQUITOS, PERÚ)
Directora del Centro Iquitos de la Asociación Civil Hope of the Amazon. Bachiller en ciencias de la comunicación, comunicadora de la ONG Naturaleza y Cultura Internacional, Coordinadora del proyecto
de desarrollo para la elaboración de aceite y jabones de aguaje en la comunidad Vente de Enero, Consultora en entrenamiento de conferencias de Relaciones Grupales (RG) para la Amazonía Peruana.
Staff en Conferencia Internacional de RG en ESAN 2012, UPC 2013 y Hope of the Amazon (2012 -2017). e:beatrizrodriguez@hopeoftheamazon.org
JHONATAN RODRIGUEZ MACUYAMA (IQUITOS-PERÚ)
CARLA ROJAS (CHILE)
GABRIEL OMAR LA ROSA SÁNCHEZ (PERU)
Consultor artístico T-Consult. Consultor artístico de Relaciones Grupales T-Consult- UPC. Miembro del Proyecto Raíces. Constructor de instrumentos de viento con fines sanadores y terapéuticos en la
tienda LaRosa de Bambú (Inka Plaza-San Isidro). Acompañante en procesos musicales para la exploración del poder curativo de instrumentos ancestrales del Antiguo Perú. Consultor del Programa Esperanza
para el Amazonas Emprendimiento y Cultura Sostenible.
JORGE MENDOZA WOODMAN (PERÚ)
Docente, consultor e investigador en gestión de organizaciones, analista organizacional y mentor en el desarrollo de habilidades gerenciales. Especializado en colaborar con instituciones privadas y
públicas para trabajos de planeamiento estratégico y cultura organizacional, en la construcción de liderazgo sistémico y en el desarrollo de competencias gerenciales. Tiene un MA en Organisational
Analysis por el Grubb Institute y la University of East London y un MBA por la universidad ESAN, se ha entrenado en Socioanálisis por el IFSI en Francia y en el Perú por InnovAcción y T-Consult
Socioanalytic Practice, y se encuentra realizando estudios doctorales en el Doctorado de Gestión Estratégica del Consorcio de Universidades. Profesor Asociado en el Departamento de Ciencias de la
Gestión de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), y ha tenido oportunidad de escribir varios casos de estudio y artículos en revistas nacionales e internacionales sobre el liderazgo y la gestión
de empresas familiares, el desarrollo de competencias gerenciales y sobre la gestión sistémica en cambios tecnológicos.
FRANCESCO NOSEDA (ITALY)
Psychologist, psychotherapist, psychoanalyst of the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS); expert in group psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic psychodrama and psychoanalysis for
adolescents. Co-Founder of the post-graduate Institute of Psychoanalysis for adolescents of the Italian Society of Relational Psychoanalysis (SIPRe). Lecturer of “Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama
and “Family Psychotherapy”. Board member of “Il Nodo Group”, the association that organizes “ALI” (Authority, Leadership and Innovation) the international Group Relations Conference that was held for
the first time in Italy in 1998 in cooperation with the!Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Member of the “ALI” Directorate for the 2016 and 2017 editions.
For more than 15 years I’ve worked in different clinical contexts as a supervisor and psychotherapist in several centers for mental health problems and institutions in northern Italy. In my work I integrate
the rigor of scientific research and theoretical studies on psychoanalysis and complex systems with creativity and innovation.
LOREDANA POLANCO (CHILE)
Consultora de Diversity Development Consultants. Ingeniera Comercial, Magíster en Gestión de Personas y Dinámica Organizacional, Universidad de Chile. Experiencia en elaboración de procesos de
recursos humanos en el ámbito privado y trabajo en consultoría a PYMES y organizaciones de la economía social y solidaria. Además, elaboración de estudios cuantitativos y cualitativos con enfoque de
género, docencia en cátedras de liderzago, coaching y cambio organizacional.
Dr. CHRISTOPHER SCALON (UK)
Has a clinical background as Consultant Psychotherapist in general adult and forensic mental health in the NHS, he is also a Training Group Analyst at the Institute of Group Analysis (London), and senior
professional associate at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. He is also Visiting Professor in Psychosocial Studies, and Founder member and Board member of the Association for Psychosocial
Studies (APS), an associate of the Organisation for Promotion of the Understanding of Society (OPUS) and associate editor for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society and ‘Free Associations’.
MÓNICA VELARDE LAZARTE (PERU-USA)
2017 SPONSORS
The Hope of the Amazon Association evolved from the Hope for the Amazon: Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Culture program of the Tavistock Institute of Human
Relations and TConsult Socioanalytic Practice. This program started with the co-sponsorship of important international organisations such as Talisman Energy, Gran Tierra,
London School of Economics and Political Sciences Multimedia Lab, Worklab, Grubb Institute, Oezpa. Our Programmes oer organisations and individuals unique ways to
explore and develop aspects of individual and corporative citizenship, exploring aspects as important as Sustainability, Social Inclusion and Social Responsibility at
individual and corporative strategic levels. We oer a chance to contribute to new ways of understanding the roles of native community leaders in the Amazon, exploring how
these roles and our relationships and relatedness with and to them can have a powerful impact not just locally but also internationally. Our main purpose is to promote
transformation in the Amazon. More information: www.hopeoftheamazon.org
T-Consult Socioanalytic Practice, Founded in 2007, TConsult applies the Tavistock Tradition of Human Relations, socioanalysis and organisational development to the
understanding of conscious and unconscious dynamics of groups, organisations and societies. We bring a large variety of international experiences to the study and
intervention of complex organisational systems. We create spaces for the understanding of roles and the exploration of change in order to allow new path into innovation
and sustainable development. We are interested on the development of social and intelectual capital accross organisational systems. Our vision is to form organisations and
professionals engaged with the creation of a free, healthy and sustainable world. Our values are creativity, honesty, systemic thinking, reflective citizenship, diversity.
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Oezpa is a management consultancy which is active on an international scale. Its headquarters are located in Erftstadt-Liblar (near Cologne) and it specialises in the co-
action of strategic, organisational team and personnel development as well as project management.. More information on: http://www.oezpa.com/
Diversity! works to generate a REAL integration of diversity in organisations assuming that this exist and is not being respected. We work across the dierent stages of HR
process design with a vision to value and promote the gender, age and multicultural diversity within an organisation. We accompany oour clients since they decide to
advance at integral or parcial level to management of diversity generating inclusives contexts and improving the reputation and integral performance of the organisation.
More information: www.diversity.cl
IL NODO GROUP Scientific-cultural no profit association of professionals founded in Turin in the nineties. It has carried out study, training and consultancy activities in
collaboration with the Tavistock&Portman NHSTrust of London and other national and international scientific institutions. After a few years as a cooperating as a consortium,
il NODO Group has moved back to its original basis as a scientifically- oriented multidisciplinary centre with competences in health and social care, in the corporate world, in
education, in the social cooperation and civil service. More information: www.ilnodogroup.it
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