‘People for Success’ founder, Kristyn Haywood, talked about leadership, trust, and courage at the ODA May 2019 Event. Kristyn’s passion for her new program A Leader’s Six Obsessions was immediately evident. The program works to foster leadership mindsets and behaviours that build “energetic, passionate and focused teams.” Building trust is an essential foundation for strong teams in a modern business environment. Getting …
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An insightful and interactive session with Brigid Nossal in which we explored Organisational Role Analysis, presentation slides are available here.
July, 01 Jul 2012 What’s the Brain got to do with it? — by Linda Ray This presentation by Linda Ray, Managing Director of NeuroCapability, gives us insights from neuroscience and the implications for facilitating change. How Aha! Really Happens — by William Duggan William Duggan is a professor at Columbia Business School, where he teaches MBA. His article, taken from …
November, 01 Nov 2014 The systems view informing what we at ODA do as we move into 2015. ODA Systems View 2014
August, 01 Aug 2015 Rho Sandberg Diversity, Power & Rank in Organisations
February, 16 Feb 2016 Getting better together: Enabling collaboration and learning for success – Michael King
May, 26 May 2016 Ladders and Bananas: Survival Kit for Professionals in Change – Cyriel Kortleven
August, 15 Aug 2016 Our July 2016 presentation was a reflection on Dr Brigid Nossal & Fred Wright’s paper ‘A Perfect Storm: The Rise in Bullying Claims in the Context of Change’. Their paper and powerpoint can be found below. Paper – Nossal and Wright A Perfect Storm Powerpoint – ODA Presentation 2016_Nossal & Wright
May, 05 May 2017 An engaging and interactive session with Pamela Frost and Geoff Manchester where the audience was challenged about what organisations should care about. The powerpoint presentation used during session is available here and notes from the session are available here.