Understanding group dynamics through BART
12th June, 9:30-12:30 (including lunch) Pears Hub
Facilitator: Krish Raval, Founder and CEO of Faith in Leadership How can I get the best out of a group that I am a part of? Why is it that no matter what I do, some members of my team are always late for deadlines and others, always on time? How can I lead or assist others to lead a group well? When it comes to group effectiveness, just like an iceberg, it’s what’s going on beneath the surface that makes the difference. This interactive workshop will introduce BART (Boundary, Authority, Role and Task), a well-researched and user-friendly tool that maps group dynamics, for example how people work together to achieve tasks, whether at home, in the community or in our daily work environment. By the end of this workshop, you will be better able to identify patterns of group dynamics, recognise common mistakes in delegating responsibility, and understand how to intervene effectively within a group. It will be particularly useful to anyone tasked with leading a group (from team manager to CEO), but anyone interested in how groups function is welcome. This session is only open to all staff working at a Pears Foundation grantee organisation. Krish Raval Biography Krish Raval is the Founder and Director of Faith in Leadership, Britain’s premiere leadership development organisation working with senior leaders from faith communities. His passion for experiential learning and diversity for the common good has steered him towards the stewardship of the Churchill Leadership Fellows at Churchill College, Cambridge, as well as leadership programmes in India, the USA, Singapore, Poland and the Gulf region. Krish has worked as a leadership coach and trainer for several Fortune 500 companies and was awarded an OBE for services to Leadership Education and to Inter-faith Cohesion in 2018.