Opening the space, creating possibilitiesLeadership and Management in Organisation Dynamics
Opening the space for groups and organisations to think differently and to go on thinking in the face of turbulence; exploring and creating possibilities
Would you like to gain insights into organisation dynamics?
The Master of Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics) is taught weekly in Melbourne and in modular blocks in Sydney
Next up: Seminar with Dr Janet Duke: Where do words come from? 6-8pm Wednesday 4 September 2019
Group Relations Working Conference
Identity, Gender, Authority & Community at Work in Melbourne 25-29th November 2019
Master of Leadership and Management in Organisation Dynamics
There are more humane ways of being a manager / leader AND they happen to be more effective. Gaining insight into the emotional life of an organisation is the most powerful data you have if you seek to be an effective leader.
- analyse, understand and manage group dynamics in organisations
- identify blockers to change due to structure, culture and/or technology
- work with the emotional labour of leading complex systems in fast-changing environments
- discover what is ‘below the surface’ in work situations
- part-time weekly classes OR two, three or five day modules
This conference offers the opportunity for conference members to learn about the dynamics of identity, gender and authority in the workplace; and how these enhance or detract from an integrated community. As a working conference, members and staff engage in group activities and learn from their experiences, rather than passively listen to speeches and papers.
Group Relations Working Conference: Identity, Gender, Authority & Community at Work
Innovative Approaches to Consulting that Meet your Organisation’s Unique Needs
Is the ‘tried & tested’ approach no longer working for you? We offer new and creative ways to understand and deal with your complex challenges and difficult problems. The aim is to grow insight and impact positively on your organisation’s leadership, work culture, structure and processes. We work with the conscious and pratical aspects of organisational life, and also consider the ‘hidden’ influences on performance and the general ‘health’ of the organisation.
At NIODA we are excited to have established an Alumni of Organisation Dynamics Association (AODA). Our first student cohort graduated with a Master of Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics) in 2017 and the second cohort in 2018. In AODA NIODA graduates join with those who have undertaken postgraduate study in organisation dynamics at Swinburne and RMIT universities; all who have attained a level of mastery in systems psychodynamic thinking for application in many and varied ways, in different workplaces and social contexts. AODA activities provide opportunity for extending thinking and enabling interconnection with like minded people in this field.