Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics)
Designed for experienced professionals who wish to develop their capabilities in organisation leadership and management.

In this world-renowned work-integrated Master’s course learn to:
– analyse, understand and manage ‘below the surface’ group and organisational dynamics in organisations
– identify blockers to change due to structure, culture and technology
– work with the emotional labour of leading complex systems in fast-changing environments.
This experiential post-graduate degree is offered part-time over three years.

This is the only management course in Australia that takes a psychodynamic view of human behaviour. Students develop insights into individual and group behaviour and how to apply these to create meaningful change in the workplace.

Master of Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics)

Are you ready to gain a deeper understanding of organisation dynamics for better leadership and management?

Master Course

Modules in mixed blocks and/or weekly classes

Doctoral degree (subject to accreditation)

The submission for accreditation of a NIODA doctoral degree (PhD)  is currently under development.

Proposed 2021 

Melbourne

Seminars, Group Sessions, Workshops, Symposiums & Conferences

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the demographic of the students in this course?

In general terms, NIODA students are busy work-experienced professionals from all sectors of the workforce aged between 30 and 60 years. NIODA students are people who seek to develop their own practice as leaders and managers and to deeply understand both the unconscious and conscious origins of group behaviour and organisation dynamics. They are people with a real appetite for learning and a passion for creating better workplaces.

Is FEE-HELP Available?

FEE-HELP is available, please advise if you would like to access this for your studies at NIODA.  Further information can be found here.

How many hours of study is required/expected each week?

As a rule of thumb, class contact time is four hours per week, you can expect to match that with a further four hours of reading and writing.

What do people do when they complete their studies?

Graduates of the NIODA program describe having been transformed by the course. They are passionate about continuing to develop and apply their learning for the improvement of their organisations. Graduates are often promoted into more senior roles, find new employment in organisations that are better aligned with their own interests and values, or launch new careers as external consultants.

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Melbourne  8007  Australia
+61 414 529 867
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