🔖 PRESENTATION

Closing plenary

📆  DATE

Friday 11 Sep 2020

⏰  MELBOURNE TIME

7.00 – 9.00 pm

⏰  LOCAL START TIME

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Ms Jennifer Burrows

Ms Jennifer Burrows

Jennifer has extensive experience working in education supporting change innovations and
curriculum development. She has designed and delivered professional development programs for
educators as well as providing support to teams working on complex projects. Jennifer holds a
Masters in Philosophy of Social Innovation (Organisational Analysis & Leadership) through the Grubb
School of Organisational Analysis, as well as a Masters of Business (Training & Change Management).
Jennifer is a Board member of Annecto, a not-for-profit age and disability support organisation and
is a Director of Group Relations Australia. Jennifer has just joined NIODA as the Educational Quality
Assurance and Enhancement Manager.

John Gibney

John Gibney

John is currently a student of the Master of Leadership and Management (Organisational Dynamics) at NIODA and the General Manager of Strategy, Culture & Performance at one of Victoria major building companies.
He has worked as a psychotherapist, marriage & family therapist, Clinical Director of Citizens Welfare Service of Victoria, and a socioanalyst/consultant for 20 years, Dean of International House, Univ of Melb. (4 years) and an intercultural consultant & CEO of his own consulting business, “Managing Differences” for 30 years. He has provided CEO/Executive development/ coaching, organisational improvement/change and turnaround programs to some 50 plus organisations internationally and in Australia.
At 69 John is planning to retire into a PhD, and attempt to write a book.

Prof Susan Long

Prof Susan Long

Currently, she supervises research students and conducts organisational research. Susan also teaches and supervises doctoral candidates at different 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.

 

MS FIONA MARTIN

MS FIONA MARTIN

Fiona Martin is a Melbourne based organisational development and learning and development, practitioner.  She has held leadership roles that have been responsible for innovation and change in the government, education, emergency management and private enterprise sectors including, RMIT and Swinburne Universities. She has published papers in scholarly journals and is a student of the Master of Leadership and Management (Organisation Dynamics), NIODA.

MS JENNY SMITH

MS JENNY SMITH

Jenny Smith is a systems psychodynamically trained and orientated professional with experience in OD consultation, executive coaching and leadership development. She holds masters level qualifications in Philosophy and Organisational Dynamics and is currently studying toward a PhD at the University of Melbourne. Jenny works as the GM People and Safety for an Australian energy company and is based in Melbourne, Australia.

MS FIONA STEWART

MS FIONA STEWART

Fiona is an Organisational Development specialist who works at the intersection of business strategy, people and culture, bringing more than 25 years’ experience to bear in creating change in large, complex, global organisations. Fiona’s work is informed by her post-graduate studies in the field of Organisation Dynamics and her practical experience in consulting to more than one hundred organisations across Australia, Asia and the USA. Currently based in Melbourne, Australia in her spare time Fiona is enjoying writing her first science fiction novel for young adults.

⏰  DURATION

125 minutes

Reflections on the Symposium and looking beyond 2020

Reflective practice in action with each member of the Symposium Planning Committee raises the highlight of the symposium for them, then small group discussions to discuss highlights of the symposium and what was gained from the papers and presentations attended.  Followed by a large group open discussion.

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Session schedule

5 MINS

Introduction

15 MINS

Committee member highlights

20 MINS

Small group discussions

5 MINS

Comfort break

50 MINS

Discussion reflection forum

10 MINS

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Symposium Presentations

The following whole symposium sessions are:

Estelle Fyffe: Panel Reflection in Action

OPENING PLENARY PANEL

Opening: Prof Susan Long
Panel: Reflective Practice in Organisational Life with Prof John Newton, Ms Estelle Fyffe and Dr Nuala Dent.

Paulette Whitton

STORIES

Beyond Ticking the Box: Conversations that matter between Aboriginal Leaders and Non Aboriginal Leaders in White Organisations.

Dr James Krantz keynote presentation

DR JIM KRANTZ

The Century of the System: Complexity and Interconnectedness in our Social, Organizational and Community Lives

Prof Susan Long

CLOSING PLENARY

Reflections on the Symposium and looking beyond 2020

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