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Trust at work

Trust at work

Trust at work Contemporary workplaces tend to be flatter, more collaborative and more distributed and, as such, require leaders and managers to develop trusting relationships with staff and stakeholders. But how do we define trust? This article draws upon different...

Master’s Information Session

Master’s Information Session

This information session aims to illuminate what you can gain from the master's course.  It is also an opportunity for prospective students to meet others who might study with them.Monday 18 November in Melbourne Tuesday 19 November in Sydney Dr Wendy Harding,...

NIODA Colloquium 2019

NIODA Colloquium 2019

Final year students in the Master of Leadership and Management in (Organisation Dynamics) present the outcomes of their action research.Friday 18 October The NIODA Colloquium is a forum where final year students in the Master of Leadership and Management in...

Native or Alien Seminar

Native or Alien Seminar

9 October 2019 Katy's research, Native or Alien, has been conducted using the theory, procedures, and wisdom from the theoretical framework of system psychodynamics and creative and experiential arts inquiry. Native or Alien is designed to illuminate the social...

Where do words come from?

Where do words come from?

4 September 2019 Where do words come from?  My journey of transformation from the ‘perfect active obstetrician’ to the ’contemplative spiritual director’ who works from the place of the unknown, utilising the lenses of Wilfred Bion and Quaker...

Authority – a short enquiry

Authority – a short enquiry

Authority is the legitimate use of power. But what do we count as legitimate authority and how is such legitimacy achieved?Authority - a short enquiry The NIODA Group Relations Working Conference in November 2019 (Identity, Gender, Authority and Community at Work) has...

Writing workshop

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. And it also looks to the fundamentals of good writing and editing.

Community at Work

Community at Work

The 2019 NIODA Group Relations Conference aims to explore the idea of the community at work, especially those systems within the community that affect or are affected by identity and gender, and how these are affected by authority relations see

Intuitive Leadership Workshop

Intuitive Leadership Workshop

This three-day workshop focuses on developing leadership intelligence through work with leadership role analysis; reflective practice, associative thinking and personal scrutiny. Melbourne, Australia Intuitive Leadership Workshop This three-day intuitive leadership...

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