M App. Sci (Org. Dynamics)
Nuala brings a systems-psychodynamic approach to her work to surface the unspoken and largely unconscious issues that influence how people take up roles, perceive what is happening and make decisions. With a deeper understanding of the workplace experience, clients are better able to consider organisational structures, processes and resources and create opportunities for sustained change. Nuala is a consultant and coach for INSEAD’s Global Leadership Centre and a faculty member for The Grubb School of Organisational Analysis. Her consulting services focus on leadership development and organisational change.
Currently a PhD candidate at La Trobe University, Nuala’s research focuses on the experience of working in a team that is spread across multiple locations and the impact on workers’ ability to take up leadership and authority in their roles, accountability, productivity and workplace health. Nuala is a member of Group Relations Australia (GRA) and the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations (ISPSO).
Dent, N. (2013), Towards Reflexivity: Online and ‘in-the-room’, Socioanalysis, Volume 15
Dent, N. (2013), Tending to Disengagement, OPUS International Conference, 2013
Dent, N. (2012), Collusion to Connive: collaboration gone astray, ISPSO Annual Meeting, 2012
Dent, N. & Roberts-Ferguson, T. (2011), Fragmented and connected: close encounters of a virtual kind, ISPSO Annual Meeting 2011
Dent, N. (2010), Integrating face-to-face and virtual in the study of group relations. Masters research thesis, RMIT, 2010 Nuala_Dent 4 Mr Silvio Pontonio