Ms Helen McKelvie
TEACHER & CONSULTANT
Helen is an Associate of NIODA Consulting and a member of the teaching staff on the Master of Leadership and Management (Organization Dynamics) offered by NIODA. She provides coaching and consulting services in leadership development and organisational change.
Helen brings over 25 years of experience working in organisations to her practice as an organisational coach and consultant. Her roles as; internal planning consultant, policy and project manager, and lawyer in workplaces in both the public and private sectors have provided her with a first-hand understanding of the challenges and complexity of organisational life.
Helen is passionate about improving workplace dynamics to contribute to better organisational outcomes and to benefit the working lives of those who make up organisations. She works with individuals and groups helping them enquire into workplace dilemmas to uncover and work with system issues and hidden dynamics that may be inhibiting productive and collaborative work. Helen uses a systems psychodynamic approach to create reflective space for respectful communication and connection, opening up the possibility for greater alignment with organisational role and purpose.
Helen holds a Masters of Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics) from NIODA, law and arts degrees. In addition to her academic qualifications, Helen is an accredited practitioner of PRISM Brain Mapping, an online, neuroscience-based behaviour mapping instrument, and is a registered A-N Coach, Certified to use the Analytic-Network Coaching System and Certified to coach and debrief the Wild Leadership Questionnaire. Helen also has training and experience in workplace mediation and yoga teaching qualifications. She is a member of Group Relations Australia.
Master of Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics). NIODA
Bachelor of Arts, English & Women’s Studies. The University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Arts Law. The University of Melbourne.
Loff S. & McKelvie H. 2015 Human Rights, controls and
principles. Encyclopaedia of Legal Medicine, Elsevier Ltd
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2015. Professional bodies, rest of the world. Encyclopaedia of Legal Medicine, Elsevier Ltd
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2015. Organ and tissue transplantation, ethical and practical issues. Encyclopaedia of Legal Medicine, Elsevier Ltd
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2015 Autopsy: organ retention and
handling. Encyclopaedia of Legal Medicine, Elsevier Ltd
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2015. Autopsy: medico-legal
considerations. Encyclopaedia of Legal Medicine, Elsevier Ltd
Cordner S., Ranson D., Leahy, F., McKelvie H. 2008. A model forensic pathology service Inquiry into Paediatric Forensic Pathology, Ontario
McKelvie h. & Ranson H. 2007. Reforming the Human Tissue Acts in ‘Medical lssues’ Ranson, D (ed.) Journal
of Law and Medicine
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2007. Doctors and death – certificates and coroners. Medical Board Organisation
Ireland L. & McKelvie H. 2003. Tissue banking in Australia Cell Tissue Bank 2003;4(2-4):151-6
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2003. The Shipman Inquiry, an Australian perspective. VIFM review vol 1
Cordner S. & McKelvie H. 2002. Developing standards in
international forensic work to identify missing persons. International Review of the Red Cross No. 848
Lynch M. & McKelvie H. 2001. The coroner and the unborn child. Journal of Law and Medicine
Hunter R. & McKelvie H. 1999. Balance Work and Family
Responsibilities at the Bar. Journal of Labour Law 167
McKelvie H. 1998. Property in the body in ‘Medical Issues’ Ranson, D (ed.) Journal of Law and Medicine 6, 16
McKelvie H. 1998. Forensic medicine: international
criminal tribunals and an international criminal court. Cordner S, Lancet. June 27;351(9120): 1956-7