18 September 2008:
Relational Qualities that Promote Effective Knowledge Sharing (PDF 379KB)
16 October 2008:
Summarising - the second effective communication skill which forms part of the cyclical process of Listening - Summarising - Questioning that promotes Effective Communication and Effective Conflict Resolution
20 November 2008:
Managing Change: Managing People's Fear. Change is natural and good. Reaction to change is unpredictable, but manageable. by John Reh, About.com
15 January 2009:
Auditing Change Process (PDF 462KB)
19 February 2009:
Managing Change Survey (PDF 47KB)
19 March 2009:
How could you (within your responsibilities) " ... make people (other general staff) a strategic priority" in line with one of the V-C's key themes for a new strategic plan 2010-2014?
21 May 2009:
Making People (general staff) a Strategic Priority (PDF 138KB) - Facilitated by Denise Martin, Faculty General Manager Science & Engineering. The full 'May Statement' is available here.
18 June 2009:
We've All Got Mail - Use and abuse of email in universities (PDF 79KB) - Dr Judy Szekeres, General Manager: Student Services, The University of Adelaide, in collaboration with the Association of Tertiary Education Management (ATEM)
16 July 2009:
Engaging Staff in the Strategic Planning Process by Changing Approaches and Attitudes (PDF 289KB) - Developing, implementing and monitoring strategic plans: looking at key elements - objectives, strategies, KPI's etc. Speakers: Pam Smith and Denise Martin.
20 August 2009:
Fear of Feedback (PDF 806KB) - The process of feedback, with a particular focus on performance and behavioural issues from a supervisory perspective.Speaker: Naomi Madsen, Training and Development Officer, Staff Development and Training Unit.
17 September 2009:
Change through the lens of knowledge (PDF 1MB) - Organisational change and organisation learning. Speaker: Dr Paddy O’Toole.
15 October 2009:
Understanding relationships between academic staff and administrators and organisational culture perspective (PDF 645KB) - Speaker: Pam Smith.
19 November 2009:
Managing your Time (PDF 327KB) - Speaker: Hugh Kearns.