Creating a Climate for Change: Critical Reflection and Organisations
This workshop/paper will explore how using critical reflection in the form of critical incidents can help generate change in organisational culture.
||Critical Reflection, Reflective Practice, Culture and Change
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 7, pp.73-80.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.906MB).
My background is in social work with over twenty years of experience in a variety of government and voluntary organizations. My roles included direct service, management, research and policy development all of which fostered a continuing interest in organizations and how they operate. From 1996 for eight years, I managed and taught in the Social Work Department at LaTrobe University in Bendigo which developed my interest in ongoing learning for students and practitioners. This was reinforced by my current role at the Centre for Professional Development running workshops for health and human service professionals using critical reflection an approach that enables workers and organizations to change. These interests are reflected in my current writing and research: Working with Human Service Organisations published recently by Oxford University Press and being one of the editors of “Critical Reflection and Professional Practice" was published in 2006.
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