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Tavistock Institute
30 Tabernacle Street
London , London EC2A 4UE
United Kingdom

Company Description: The Tavistock Institute is a not-for-profit organisation which undertakes consultancy, research and professional development. We publish the scholarly journal Human...   more

Employment History


  • PhD
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Our Staff - The Tavistock Institute, 2 Jan 2015 [cached]
Eliat Aram
Dr Eliat Aram
Dr Eliat Aram - The Tavistock Institute, 2 Jan 2015 [cached]
Aram, E. (2000) Virtual Dynamics and Socio-Technical Systems. In Coakes E, Willis D and Lloyd-Jones R (eds) The New Socio Tech: Graffiti on the Long Wall. London: Springer-Verlage. Aram E and Noble D (1999) Educating prospective managers in the complexity of organisational life: Teaching and learning from a complexity perspective. Management Learning 30(3): 321-342. Aram E and Noble D (1998) Working with small business managers in conditions of ambiguity and uncertainty. The Complexity & Management Working Papers Series no: 18.
Eliat Aram
Eliat Aram
At a recent 'lunchtime talk' session, Eliat Aram, the Institute's CEO attempted a second 'bite' into Complexity theory, this time introducing Staff and Guests to the 'complex responsive processes of relating' perspective developed by Prof. Stacey, Prof. Shaw and Prof. Griffin. →
GroupRelations - People, 26 Sept 2014 [cached]
Eliat Aram
Eliat Aram, PhD, CPsych
Dr. Aram is an Organisational Development and Change Consultant in the Tavistock Institute. She is a practicing chartered psychologist (BPS) and a UKCP registered Gestalt psychotherapist, working as a management coach, process consultant and trainer for organisations both in the public and private sectors with prime interest in issues of team/organisational development and transformation, multi-culturalism and diversity.
Eliat has directed the Tavistock Institute's internationally renowned group relations conference 'Authority, Role and Organisation' (the Leicester conference) in 2007 and 2008 and is due to do so again in 2009.
Eliat has worked extensively in group relations, nationally and internationally, in different staff roles, including for the Grubb Institute, UK; IFSI, France; Group Relations Nederland; OFEK, Israel; GRC, India and GRA, Australia.
In Eliat's client work she has developed and run team development courses/ workshops for groups of managers that were informed by the ideas of emergence and self-organisation as well as power dynamics and dialogue. As a management coach she helps, supports and challenges managers through their journey of growth by inviting them to think about and reflect upon their flow of experience as leaders in the corporation.
Eliat has been involved in multi-agency and multi-disciplinary work on leadership programmes helping people on the ground in translating government initiatives and national strategies into local action whilst meeting targets.
Recently she has been working with the Police force, the NHS, Local Government authorities in the UK, a University's Business School, a University's Counselling Service, Banks, Retail Corporations and Pharmaceuticals.
Eliat is also the Tavistock Institute's Lead person for the Provision of Coaching including Executive Coaching and the Programme Manager for the AOC (Advanced Organisational Change and Consultating MA Programme).
Eliat was born and raised in Israel, trained as a medic in the IDF where she served for two years. She lives in London with her husband and two children.
Dr Eliat Aram, the CEO of ..., 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
Dr Eliat Aram, the CEO of the Tavistock Institute joins the Faculty of this innovative programme where individuals are encouraged to develop their capability as reflective practitioners while learning to trust the creative flow of the field/context.
BBC invites TIHR expertise for its courageous Respect at Work event - The Tavistock Institute, 1 June 2013 [cached]
Eliat Aram, TIHR Chief Executive and Mannie Sher, TIHR Principal Researcher / Consultant took part in the 'Respect at Work - The Way Forward' hosted by the BBC at Broadcasting House on the 27th June 2013.
The event opened with an introduction to the review findings by Lucy Adams, HR Director BBC Academy, and followed by an industry panel discussion chaired by Maxine Mawhinney and included Dr Eliat Aram in expert role.
Eliat responded to questions such as how are bullies created?
This was followed by a live Twitter Q&A session where Dr Aram joined Lucy Adams, Director of HR BBC Academy whilst Dr Sher was offering 1-2-1 sessions on understanding the dynamics of bullying in organisations as part of the event's 'genius bar' sessions.
The live twitter session, which an edited timeline of the conversation appears below, was led by Lucy Adams, director of HR at the BBC, and joined by Eliat Aram, of the Tavistock Institute to discuss key issues raised and to share practical solutions and thoughts.
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