Through trauma towards creative innovations

Through trauma towards creative innovations

Through trauma – towards creative innovations

online professional development workshop series with

Jerry Fromm & Richard Morgan-Jones

“Bullets don’t just travel through skin and bone. They travel through time.”

 

These words were tattooed onto the shoulder of a young woman whose father was shot during “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland.

This workshop series is an opportunity to work with the wrenching, but also binding truth that trauma plays out over time, including between generations. Experiences that happen to a family, to a society, and to organisations intimately link these units with larger contexts of history and culture.

Etymologically, trauma is a wound to an organism, a puncturing of the physical, but also the psychological, “skin” or boundary that protects the inside from the outside.  When Freud took up the study of trauma, he described the “protective shield” parents provide for children.  What makes a psychological wound traumatic is that the events leading to it are extremely powerful, existentially threatening to the core self, and happen suddenly, in a way that breaches the person’s now internalized protective shield against massive overstimulation.  The capacity for thought and even for feeling is overwhelmed.  Instead, trauma leads to a reflexive effort to cut oneself off from the unbearable.  A broader definition of trauma would also recognize the debilitating effects of cumulative traumatic stress over time, leading to sustained, self-protective warping of a person’s development, to chronic self-destructive efforts at dulling the pain, and to actions that might very well traumatize others.

Drawing on his new book, ‘Traveling through Time’ Jerry Fromm and his colleague Richard Morgan-Jones will facilitate a series of six 90-minute workshop sessions comprising experience-based learning, reflection on experience and seminar presentation.

Participants will:

  • explore the Nature of trauma,
  • engage in (Im)possible dialogues, which may be between parts of the self, between groups or between generations, and the way in which trauma shapes large group identity, and
  • contemplate Creative innovations and new beginnings, through the establishment of potential space and some of the dynamics that occur within it.

The experiential elements of the workshops will utilise the ‘Trilogy Matrix Event’, a method developed by Richard Morgan-Jones that offers a potential integration of perspectives from across individual, group and contextual dynamics.

 

Traveling through Time

Traveling Through Time: How Trauma Plays Itself Out in Families, Organizations and Society by Jerry Fromm

Including:

* six live interactive workshop sessions
* selected readings
* a copy of Traveling through Time: How trauma plays itself out
in families, organizations and society
book by Jerry Fromm
* all for AUD $990

8 – 9.30 pm Tuesday & Wednesday evenings (Melbourne time)

Your timezone may vary for your country, so please be aware of these shifts.

 

Places are limited… don’t miss out!

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Through trauma – in families, organisations and society – towards creative innovations

online professional development workshop series with

Jerry Fromm & Richard Morgan-Jones

Dr Jerry Fromm

Jerry Fromm

Jerry is a Distinguished Faculty member and former Director of the Erikson Institute of the Austen Riggs Center and a Fellow of the American Board and Academy of Psychoanalysis. He is also President of the International Dialogue Initiative, an interdisciplinary group that studies the psychodynamics of societal conflict, and a past president of ISPSO and the Center for the Study of Groups and Social Systems in Boston. He currently consults to organisations and leads training workshops. Dr Fromm’s most recent book is Traveling through time: How trauma plays itself out in families, organisations and society.

Richard Morgan-Jones

Richard Morgan-Jones

Richard is a group relations, organisational consultant and coach. He is a supervising senior psychoanalytic psychotherapist of the British Psychotherapy Foundation, member British Psychoanalytic Council and OPUS. Distinguished member of the International Society for Psychoanalytic Society of Organizations. Mentor A.K. Rice Institute. Visiting faculty at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India and Higher School of Economics Moscow. Director Work Force Health: Consulting and Research. Author of The Body of the Organisation and its Health, London: Karnac. He has run a number of seminars and workshops in Moscow with HSE and APCBC for whom he is consults to a developing group relations programme.

📆  Dates

Tuesday 26 April, Wednesday 27 April, Tuesday 3 May, Wednesday 4 May, Tuesday 10 May, Wednesday 11 May 2023

⏰ Session Times

8 – 9.30 pm  🇨🇰  Melbourne
11 am – 12.30 pm 🇬🇧  London
6 – 7.30 am 🇺🇸  New York
6 – 7.30 pm 🇸🇬  Singapore

💷  For only

AUD $990 including six workshop sessions, selected readings,
plus a copy of Jerry’s book Traveling Through Time.

👩🏻‍💻 Location

Live interactive online

About NIODA

The National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia (NIODA) offers internationally renowned post-graduate education and research in organisation dynamics, and decades of experience consulting with Australian organisations. 

The study of organisation dynamics brings together socio-technical and psychoanalytic disciplines to explore the unconscious dynamics that exist in every group, team or organisation. Learning more about these theories, and reflecting on the experience of them, can support leaders and managers to unlock great potential in their organisations, tackling issues through a whole new light.

Get In Touch

PO Box 287, Collins Street West,
Melbourne  8007  Australia
+61 (0) 414 529 867
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Conversation with James Krantz

Conversation with James Krantz

A conversation

Exploring the relevance of socio-technical thinking to the emerging forms of work organisations

Dr James Krantz

Socio-technical is a key concept within systems psychodynamics, but it doesn’t get much airplay these days.

Dr James Krantz has generously offered to have a conversation with NIODA to “explore the relevance of socio-technical thinking to the emerging forms of work organisations.”

What do you think about the hybrid workplace in terms of socio-technology?

You are invited to join this conversation

Exploring the relevance of socio-technical thinking to the emerging forms of work organisations

with Dr James Krantz

Join live interactive online via Zoom on Friday 25 November, 4 – 6 pm (AEDT)

 

 

Kim Krantz

DR JAMES KRANTZ

A conversation

James Krantz, PhD

James Krantz is an organizational consultant and researcher from New York, where he is the Managing Principal of Worklab, a consulting firm focusing on strategy implementation and leadership development. His principal interests are with the impact of emerging trends on the exercise of leadership and authority; the social and technical dimensions of new forms of work organization; and the unconscious background to work and organizational life. Currently, Jim serves as an Honorary Professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow; Chair of the Editorial Committee of the Journal of Organisational and Social Dynamics; and Faculty, Dynamics of Consulting at the Wharton School.

A conversation with Jim Krantz

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A conversation with Dr James Krantz

📆  Date

Friday 25 November 2022

⏰ Session Times

4 – 6 pm  🇨🇰  Melbourne
12 mid – 2 am (eek!) 🇺🇸  New York
5 – 7 am 🇬🇧  London
6 – 8 am 🇳🇱 Amsterdam
7 – 9 am 🇿🇦 Cape Town
10.30 am – 12.30 pm 🇮🇳 New Delhi
1 – 3 pm 🇸🇬  Singapore
6 – 8 pm 🇳🇿 Wellington

💷  For only

AUD $35 (discounts available)

👩🏻‍💻 Location

Live interactive online

About NIODA

The National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia (NIODA) offers internationally renowned post-graduate education and research in organisation dynamics, and decades of experience consulting with Australian organisations. 

The study of organisation dynamics brings together socio-technical and psychoanalytic disciplines to explore the unconscious dynamics that exist in every group, team or organisation. Learning more about these theories, and reflecting on the experience of them, can support leaders and managers to unlock great potential in their organisations, tackling issues through a whole new light.

Get In Touch

PO Box 287, Collins Street West,
Melbourne  8007  Australia
+61 (0) 414 529 867
info@nioda.org.au

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Master’s Preview Sessions

Master’s Preview Sessions

Masters Preview

These preview sessions are an opportunity for you to experience a snapshot of the NIODA degree; to begin discovering the value of this type of study; and to meet others who are considering this course

📆 Mondays 21 & 28 November 2022

🕓 5 – 6.30 pm (AEDT)

⦿ Live interactive online

Masters Preview

Two live interactive online sessions

NIODA is offering an experiential preview, a good entrée to the master’s, graduate diploma and graduate certificate courses.

The two sessions previewing the Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics) course are an opportunity for you to experience a snapshot of what starting the course might feel like. Begin discovering the value of this type of study and to meet others who may also be considering study with NIODA.

The workshop will be held across two online and interactive sittings. In each, you will be introduced to concepts and methods that are learnt about in the course. Reading material is provided for each week.

If you would like to find out more about the sessions, please don’t hesitate to make contact.

When & Where

Live interactive online via Zoom

📆  Date  ⏰ Time

Mondays 21 & 28 November 2022

🇦🇺 5 – 6.30 pm Melbourne
🇦🇺 4.30 – 6 pm Adelaide
🇸🇬 2 – 3.30 pm Singapore/Perth
🇮🇳 11.30 am – 1 pm New Dehli
🇺🇸 1 – 2.30 am New York (eek!)
🇬🇧 6 – 7.30 am London

📆  Date  ⏰ Time

Mondays 30 January & 6 February 2023

🇦🇺 5 – 6.30 pm Melbourne
🇦🇺 4.30 – 6 pm Adelaide
🇸🇬 2 – 3.30 pm Singapore/Perth
🇮🇳 11.30 am – 1 pm New Dehli
🇺🇸 1 – 2.30 am New York (eek!)
🇬🇧 6 – 7.30 am London

About Study in Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics)

We are proud to offer the only leadership 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.

Foster your analytic and academic skills by deepening your understanding of the unique demands of particular work systems. Enhance your appreciation of the professional, political, cultural, emotional and ethical nuances of organisational life.

Study in Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics) is designed for work-experienced professionals who wish to develop their managerial capacities through the application of systems psychodynamic concepts to their actual experience of managing. It provides industry relevant, post-graduate education grounded in rigorous conceptual development and work experience and provides opportunities for engagement with real world learning in a social and global context.

Study in Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics) is available through a master’s degree, graduate diploma or graduate certificate.

Masters Preview Session

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About NIODA

The National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia (NIODA) offers internationally renowned post-graduate education and research in organisation dynamics, and decades of experience consulting with Australian organisations. 

The study of organisation dynamics brings together socio-technical and psychoanalytic disciplines to explore the unconscious dynamics that exist in every group, team or organisation. Learning more about these theories, and reflecting on the experience of them, can support leaders and managers to unlock great potential in their organisations, tackling issues through a whole new light.

Get In Touch

PO Box 287, Collins Street West,
Melbourne  8007  Australia
+61 (0) 414 529 867
info@nioda.org.au

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The Unconscious Series

The Unconscious Series

The Unconscious

Online lecture/seminar series with

Professor Susan Long

The Unconscious

Online lecture/seminar series with

Professor Susan Long

This series will examine the idea of the unconscious from its beginnings in the work of Fredrik Schelling – a German philosopher of the Romantic period – through Psychoanalysis and Socioanalysis – to current views of the unconscious in neuro-psychoanalysis and eco-semiotics. The concept of the unconscious has endured through different iterations and has influenced not only clinicians and therapists, but also philosophers, scientists, artists, social scientists and authors. It has seeped into contemporary and popular language and influences the ways in which we see ourselves and each other.

In the series we will approach the many and varied conceptions of the unconscious through short lectures, recommended readings and discussions. The reading is recommended but not essential for attendance.

The sessions are led by Professor Susan Long who has studied ideas in unconscious dynamics for over 40 years.

Prof Susan Long

PROFESSOR SUSAN LONG

The Unconscious Series

Research Lead NIODA, Australia

Currently, Susan supervises research students and conducts organisational research. Susan also teaches and supervises doctoral candidates at NIODA and other universities and teaches in the INSEAD Master of Coaching and Consulting program in Singapore.

As an organisational consultant in private practice Susan works with organisational change, executive coaching, board development, role analysis, team development and management training. She originally trained as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist.

The Unconscious Series

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The Unconscious Series with Professor Susan Long

Live interactive online

25 October, 8, 15, 22 & 29 November, 6 & 13 December 2022
and 7, 14, 21 February 2023

Including:
* All ten lecture / seminar sessions plus selected readings for AUD $1,500

6.30 – 8 pm Tuesday evenings (Melbourne time)
Please note: Melbourne begins daylight savings on 1 October 2022.
Your timezone may vary for your country, so please be aware of these shifts.

 

Places are limited… don’t miss out!

When & Where

Writing Workshop with Professor Susan Long

📆  Dates

Tuesday 25 October, 8, 15, 22 & 29 November, 6 & 13 December 2022
and 7, 14, 21 February 2023

⏰ Session Times

6.30 – 8 pm  🇨🇰  Melbourne
8.30 – 10 am 🇬🇧  London
3.30 – 5 am (eek!) 🇺🇸  New York
3.30 – 5 pm 🇸🇬  Singapore

💷  For only

AUD $1,500 including ten sessions plus selected readings

👩🏻‍💻 Location

Live interactive online

About NIODA

The National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia (NIODA) offers internationally renowned post-graduate education and research in organisation dynamics, and decades of experience consulting with Australian organisations. 

The study of organisation dynamics brings together socio-technical and psychoanalytic disciplines to explore the unconscious dynamics that exist in every group, team or organisation. Learning more about these theories, and reflecting on the experience of them, can support leaders and managers to unlock great potential in their organisations, tackling issues through a whole new light.

Get In Touch

PO Box 287, Collins Street West,
Melbourne  8007  Australia
+61 (0) 414 529 867
info@nioda.org.au

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Writing Workshop 2022

Writing Workshop 2022

Writing Workshop

This workshop aims to help participants become authors of their written pieces; to discover the role of author; to allow their imagination to flourish. It also looks to the fundamentals of good writing and editing.

Writing Workshop

Professor Susan Long

Thursday 13, Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October 2022

 

Professor Susan Long, author of many books and peer-reviewed articles, is offering a writing workshop for those who want to find the genuine author in themselves. Writing can take many forms: academic theses, research reports, persuasive items, business reports, journalistic pieces, novels and poems. Although having different purposes and audiences, all writing can be creative, and all messes can be cleaned up later.  This workshop aims to help participants become authors of their written pieces; to discover the role of author; to allow their imagination to flourish. It also looks to the fundamentals of good writing and editing.

In the Writing workshop, participants will approach questions such as:
Why do I want to publish?
Who is my audience?
How do I choose a journal or publisher?
What do reviewers and editors look for?
How can I manage time for writing?
How do I present and develop an argument?
How should I work with case study material?
How can I understand and develop my style?

There will be time for writing and gaining feedback.

Prof Susan Long

PROFESSOR SUSAN LONG

Writing Workshop

Research Lead NIODA, Australia

Currently, Susan supervises research students and conducts organisational research. Susan also teaches and supervises doctoral candidates at NIODA and other universities and teaches in the INSEAD Master of Coaching and Consulting program in Singapore.

As an organisational consultant in private practice Susan works with organisational change, executive coaching, board development, role analysis, team development and management training. She originally trained as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist.

‘And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.’
– The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath

‘The idea of just wandering off to a cafe with a notebook and writing and seeing where that takes me for awhile is just bliss.’
– J. K. Rowling

Writing Workshop 2022

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9.30 am Thursday to 4.30 pm Saturday
13 – 15 October 2022
Cape Schanck, Australia

Susan’s warmth, wisdom and ability to be present and hold the space the entire time,
gave me the confidence to find and use my voice and take up my role as ‘author’!

– K. Hallinan, workshop participant

 

As nerve-racking as it was, I found the opportunity to share our writing with
others and gain their feedback and insight to be a very profound experience.

Susan Long’s words about ‘claiming our authorship, loving every word on the page’
and other good tips about writing will remain with me for a long time.

– D. Amato, workshop participant

 

The three full days writing workshop includes:
✍︎ group workshop sessions,
✍︎ individual times with Professor Susan Long,
✍︎ social dreaming sessions,
✍︎  accommodation and meals,
✍︎  for AUD$1,750.

Places are limited… don’t miss out!

 

When & Where

Writing Workshop with Professor Susan Long

📆  Dates

Thursday 13 to Saturday 15 October 2022

⏰. Session Times

9.30 am Thursday – 4.30 pm Saturday

💷  For only

AUD $1,750 three-day workshop, meals and accommodation

🏡 Location

Beautiful country Homestead in Fingal,
accommodation at luxury accommodation in Cape Schanck and Capel Sound.

👩🏻‍💻. COVID-19 Contingency

If COVID restrictions prevents this workshop from running face-to-face, this will be delivered live interactive online via zoom and participants will receive a refund of AUD$550

About NIODA

The National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia (NIODA) offers internationally renowned post-graduate education and research in organisation dynamics, and decades of experience consulting with Australian organisations. 

The study of organisation dynamics brings together socio-technical and psychoanalytic disciplines to explore the unconscious dynamics that exist in every group, team or organisation. Learning more about these theories, and reflecting on the experience of them, can support leaders and managers to unlock great potential in their organisations, tackling issues through a whole new light.

Get In Touch

PO Box 287, Collins Street West,
Melbourne  8007  Australia
+61 (0) 414 529 867
info@nioda.org.au

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Social Movements: NIODA Symposium 2022

Social Movements: NIODA Symposium 2022

Organising Protest:

Where is our Systems Psychodynamic thinking on

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS?

Organising Protest:

Where is our Systems Psychodynamic thinking on

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS?

NIODA'S 6th Annual Symposium

7, 8 & 9 September 2022

This year the NIODA Symposium asks the question –
What can systems psychodynamics add to our understanding of social movements?

We have four keynote panels and many individual papers all addressing the dynamics of social movements. The program also has a social dreaming session and social times for networking.

Social Movements have long been part of societies world-wide. We can instance such momentous issues as indigenous land rights; female suffrage and the emancipation of slaves; as well as protests against wars or government economic measures; and more recently there are demonstrations surrounding climate change, cruelty to animals, racial discrimination and gender, even against government public health measures.

A social movement may be defined as ‘a loosely organized but sustained campaign in support of a social goal’ (Britannica). They most often involve a protest against ideas, actions and the culture of the establishment or a call to action for change. As distinct from an interest group, social movements are organized to initiate social change and involve action by the members, often in the form of protest using multiple methods. They are collective and may arise spontaneously amongst people with a common outlook, but then become sustained and organized.

This is an area of interest to systems psychodynamic and socioanalytic researchers and practitioners. Such movements are of interest in themselves, but they also may affect the people and groups in our everyday work, leisure and not-for-profit organisations.

Organising Protest:

Where is our Systems Psychodynamic thinking on

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS?

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Melbourne Australia

Wednesday 7 September

5.00 – 7.00 pm Opening & Panel
7.00 – 9.00 pm Panel & discussion
9.00 – 9.30 pm Social space

Thursday 8 September

8.00 – 9.00 am Social dreaming
9.00 – 11.00 am Panel & discussion
11.00 – 11.30 am Social space
5.00 – 7.00 pm Dialogue session
7.00 – 9.00 pm Parallel papers
9.00 – 9.30 am Social space

Friday 9 September

8.00 – 9.00 Social dreaming
9.00 – 11.00 am Parallel papers
11.00 – 11.30 am Social space
5.00 – 7.00 pm Parallel papers
7.00 – 9.00 pm Closing reflection
9.00 – 9.30 pm Social space

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New York USA

Wednesday 7 September

3.00 – 5.00 am Opening & Panel
5.00 – 7.00 am Panel & discussion
7.00 – 7.30 am Social space
6.00 – 7.00 pm Social dreaming
7.00 – 9.00 pm Panel & discussion
9.00 – 9.30 pm Social space

Thursday 8 September

3.00 – 5.00 am Dialogue session
5.00 – 7.00 am Parallel papers
7.00 – 7.30 am Social space
6.00 – 7.00 am Social dreaming
7.00 – 9.00 pm Parallel papers
9.00 – 9.30 pm Social space

Friday 9 September

3.00 – 5.00 am Parallel papers
5.00 – 7.00 am Closing reflection
7.00 – 7.30 am Social space

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London UK

Wednesday 7 September

8.00 – 10.00 am Opening & Panel
10.00 – 12.00 noon Panel & discussion
12.00 – 12.30 pm Social space
11.00 pm – 12.00 am Social dreaming

Thursday 8 September

12.00 – 2.00 am Panel & discussion
2.00 – 2.30 am Social space
8.00 – 10.00 am Dialogue session
10.00 – 12.00 noon Parallel papers
12.00 – 12.30 pm Social space
11.00 pm – 12.00 am Social dreaming

Friday 9 September

12.00 – 2.00 am Parallel papers
2.00 – 2.30 am Social space
8.00 – 10.00 am Parallel papers
10.00 – 12.00 noon Closing reflections
12.00 – 12.30 pm Social space

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Singapore

Wednesday 7 September

3.00 – 5.00 pm Opening & Panel
5.00 – 7.00 pm Panel & discussion
7.00 – 7.30 pm Social space

Thursday 8 September

6.00 – 7.00 am Social dreaming
7.00 – 9.00 am Panel & discussion
9.00 – 9.30 am Social space
3.00 – 5.00 pm Dialogue session
5.00 – 7.00 pm Parallel papers
7.00 – 7.30 pm Social space

Friday 9 September

6.00 – 7.00 am Social dreaming
7.00 – 9.00 am Parallel papers
9.00 – 9.30 am Social space
3.00 – 5.00 pm Parallel papers
5.00 – 7.00 pm Closing reflections
7.00 – 7.30 pm Social space

Program Schedule

🔖 PRESENTATION

Opening & panel

📆  DATE

Wednesday 7 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

5.00 - 7.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Not Knowing and Coming to Know Panel

MS DEB MARTINDALE

Not Knowing and Coming to Know Panel

MS SALLY MUSSARED

Not Knowing and Coming to Know Panel

DR KENWYN SMITH

Not Knowing and Coming to Know Panel

MR SETH THOMASSON

Learning to listen: the challenge of the Uluru statement from the heart

During COVID lockdown late in 2020, Deb Martindale, Sally Mussared, Kenwyn Smith and Seth Thomasson were motivated by the Uluru Statement from the Heart to respond to the government’s interim report. This led to the consideration that perhaps our role as ‘white fellas’ in the Yoorrook (Victorian Truth Telling Commission) was to actively listen. Regular reflection sessions have led to us being moved by what we have heard in the public hearings from Victorian First People Elders whose experiences illustrate many of the key impacts of colonisation still felt today, including Jack Charles, Uncle Johnny Lovett, Aunty Fay Carter, Aunty Alma Thorpe, Uncle Larry Walsh and Isobel Paipadjerook Morphy-Walsh, Uncle Kevin Coombs and Uncle Colin Walker. The impacts of our listening are developing, and we encourage you to listen to the Uluru Statement from the Heart to consider your role in this social movement.

🔖 PRESENTATION

Panel

📆  DATE

Wednesday 7 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

7.00 - 9.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Kat Hamilton

KAT HAMILTON

Esther Salomon

ESTHER SALOMON

Simon Western

DR SIMON WESTERN

Learning with Activists

Kat Hamilton – Force of Nature, Esther Salomon – Animal Think Tank and Simon Western – Eco-leadership Institute, share what brought them into activism, the purpose of their organisation and social movement, and the effects of their activism.

🔖 PRESENTATION

Panel

📆  DATE

Thursday 8 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

9.00 - 11.00 am

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Lydia Alpizar

LYDIA ALPIZAR

David Luna

DAVID LUNA

Anita Prasad

ANITA PRASAD

Barbara Williams

BARBARA WILLIAMS

When social movement organizing meets systems psychodynamics

Lydia Aplizar – Mexican feminist human rights activist, mak wemuk (Davíd Luna) – Indigenous (of the Coahuiltecan peoples) and Latinx (Chicanx), Anita Prasad – grassroots community development and social justice leader and organizer, and Barbara Williams – psychoanalytically oriented organizational consulting practice focusing on leadership development, shared leadership and governance come together to explore when social movement organizing meets systems psychodynamics.

🔖 PRESENTATION

Dialogue session

📆  DATE

Thursday 8 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

5.00 - 7.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Aarti Kapoor

AARTI KAPOOR

Emma Olivier

EMMA OLIVIER

Jenny Smith

JENNY SMITH

Employees and Organisational Perspectives on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG): The dynamics of making progress toward socially-impactful business.

Creating businesses that make positive contributions to their social and environmental
context is a significant area of focus and investment in developed economies. A dialogue event opening a conversation about the dynamics of making progress on Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) issues in the corporate context. The dialogue will offer participants the opportunity to engage in conversation with corporate leaders, Aarti Kapoor, Emma Oliver and Jenny Smith. The discussion aims to unearth the desires, opportunities, tensions and organisational dynamics that appear for executives and employees around ESG in the workplace.

🔖 PRESENTATION

Paper (parallel)

📆  DATE

Thursday 8 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

7.00 - 9.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Gilles Amado

GILLES AMADO

The Anti-Vax Movement: A gateway to amalgams?

Mark Argent

MARK ARGENT

“Organising protest”, in the light of Lacan’s perverse discourses

Margo Lockhart

MARGO LOCKART

“Why He Orders the Steak. An exploration of gender differences within the animal rights movement.”

Petros Oratis

PETROS ORATIS

Taming the Beast: Exploring the lateral dynamics between the social movement and its opposition side and the need to shift from polarization to co-existence.

🔖 PRESENTATION

Paper (parallel)

📆  DATE

Friday 9 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

9.00 - 11.00 am

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Karen Loon

KAREN LOON

Anxious Nation – How historical anxieties shape Asian-Australians today

Harley McDonald-Eckersall

HARLEY MCDONALD-ECKERSALL

Redefining Uncertainty - what the cultural and creative movements can teach us about social movement organising

Anna Turley & Barbara Williams

ANNA TURLEY & BARBARA WILLIAMS

Building Social Justice Movements: What’s organizational role got to do with it?

🔖 PRESENTATION

Paper (parallel)

📆  DATE

Friday 9 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

5.00 - 7.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Jo-anne Carlyle & Barbara Williams

DR JO-ANNE CARLYLE & BARBARA WILLIAMS

Problematising our orthodoxies

Greg Cook, Allan Shafer & Jenny Smith

GREG COOK, ALLAN SHAFER & JENNY SMITH

The Dynamics of the 'Seeking Asylum Project'

Neo Pule

DR NEO PULE

Student leaders’ unrest: A call to action for social justice through social dream drawing

The fundamental methods in psychoanalytic and socioanalytic research

PROF SUSAN LONG

🔖 PRESENTATION

Reflections

📆  DATE

Friday 9 Sep 2022

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

7.00 - 9.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

time start

Jennifer Burrows

MS JENNIFER BURROWS

John Gibney

MR JOHN GIBNEY

Fiona Martin

MS FIONA MARTIN

Cath McKinney

DR CATH McKINNEY

Mr Thomas Mitchell

MR THOMAS MITCHELL

Sally Mussared

MS SALLY MUSSARED

Reflections on the Symposium – Social Movements

Reflective practice in action with each member of the Symposium Planning Committee presenting their highlight of the symposium. Small group discussions to explore your highlights of the symposium and what was gained from the papers and presentations attended. Followed by a large group open discussion.

Social Movements: NIODA Symposium 2022

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NIODA Symposium 2022: Organising Protest: Where is our Systems Psychodynamic thinking on SOCIAL MOVEMENTS?

📆  Dates

Wednesday 7 – Friday 9 September 2022

⏰. Session Times

5 pm, 7 pm, 8 am & 9 am 🇨🇰  Melbourne
8 am, 10 am, 11pm & 12 am 🇬🇧  London
3 am, 5 am, 6 pm & 7 pm 🇺🇸  New York
3 pm, 5 pm, 6 am & 7 am 🇸🇬  Singapore

💷  For only

AUD $290 including; panel discussions, parallel paper
presentations, open reflection sessions, social dreaming sessions, social spaces & session recordings

👩🏻‍💻. Location

Live interactive online sessions via Zoom

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About NIODA

The National Institute of Organisation Dynamics Australia (NIODA) offers internationally renowned post-graduate education and research in organisation dynamics, and decades of experience consulting with Australian organisations. 

The study of organisation dynamics brings together socio-technical and psychoanalytic disciplines to explore the unconscious dynamics that exist in every group, team or organisation. Learning more about these theories, and reflecting on the experience of them, can support leaders and managers to unlock great potential in their organisations, tackling issues through a whole new light.

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