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.
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.
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
Writing Workshop with Professor Susan Long
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
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
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
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.
NIODA acknowledges the Kulin Nations, and respective Traditional Custodians of the lands we work on.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and recognise their enduring sovereignty which has, and continues to, care for Country.
NIODA welcomes the Uluru Statement from the Heart’s invitation to walk with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in a collective movement for a better future.