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Conference Presentations

All available conference presentations and workshop presentations are linked below, listed in alphabetical order by title.


Action learning: lessons and reflections from three years in a small group

Blending research and expert practice in the induction of NZ school principals

Bridging leadership and career in leadership development: multiple voices

Bring a leadership R and D perspective to emergency preparedness in higher education

Changing political leadership: politicians and voters working in partnership

Coming up for air: degrees of freedom in local political leadership

Corporate leadership and innovation: imperatives for lasting prosperity

Developing leadership in context: using the "life explorer" process

Do not pass go

Enabling and benchmarking distributed leadership in higher education

Engaging a relational leadership approach in an analysis of Maori leaders in the screen industry

Feedforward coaching and strength based development: The evaluation of a leadership development initiative in a NZ research organisation.

Getting to the heart of the matter

Harnessing some practical leadership benefits from complexity theory

'He apiti hono, he tātai hono': ancestral leadership, cyclical learning and the eternal continuity of leadership

How to lead effectively when time is limited and the stakes are high

Imagination, dialogue, liberatory practice: "other" voices in leadership development

Leaders are readers? Reading lists in professional military education

Leadership by and for nurses: the theoretical base for a research programme

Leading change through organisational theatre

Lifting the curtain: the organizational work of leadership development

Metaphor-led leadership

Navigating territories of indigenous leadership

Negotiating worlds of difference- developing a researcher/practitioner partnership in leadership development

Neuroscience as an emerging leadership discipline: academic and practitioner perspectives

Newsroom leadership at its best: an appreciative inquiry into how newsroom leaders empower learning

Pacific leadership program and the support for collective action on youth employment in the pacific

Parallel worlds: how cognitive neuroscience theory, complexity leadership theory and positive organisational psychology research is transforming leadership development practice.

Patterns that connect: three concepts of space that support the social process theories of leadership.

Promoting post-conventional consciousness in adults: the impact of personality preferences and the efficacy of Australian community leadership programs

Relational leadership meets leadership development

Relationship-building tactics: lessons from effective leaders

Seeking the gender dividend in New Zealand’s leadership

Self-determination theory broadens and builds flourishing leaders

Taking a punt on leadership development: improving the 'odds' for R&D of leadership in changed and changing times

Te mauri pakeaka – leading from the third space

Teaching business leadership for better outcomes

The “value” of Beethoven?: cultural, social, and economic capital in orchestral leadership

The complexity of distributed forms of leadership in practice

The development of reflexive leaders

The poet leader

The power of peer coaching – tools for effective leadership coaching groups

The quest for truly impactful leadership case studies

The three brains of leadership

Turning theory into action - the difficulties in practice

Values-based leadership: a pacific case study on leadership in Fiji, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu

Vision, verbs, viagra: lessons from the Whirinaki rainforest

When fragments collide