Founded in 1969, Grex provides training and education influenced by the
Tavistock model of group relations work.
Grex aims to further the understanding of the forces that determine the complexity of
organizational, social and political dynamics.
Through education programs and organizational consultation,
Grex promotes innovation in the application of group relations theories
and serves as a resource to other training and educational institutions.
Members of Grex support the purpose of the institute through their dues
and active participation in the organization.
In order to be eligible for membership, an individual must have attended
at least one experiential group relations conference.
Members who are current in their dues shall have full voting privileges in Grex
and receive a discount when registering for Grex sponsored conferences and events.
Grex members are invited to meetings, conferences, and experiential events.
Individuals may join GREX without being members of the A.K. Rice Institute,
though joint membership will assist both organizations.
Grex Board of Directors
Raymond Bakaitis, Ph.D.
Marilyn Jacobs, Ph.D.
Tara Victor, Ph.D.