Conference presentations and workshops:

2020 Auckland, New Zealand - Safety Psychology Conference: Conference Chair

2020 Auckland, New Zealand - Safety Psychology Conference 1-day pre-summit workshop:  The psychology of safety meetings

2019 New York USA - Pitch Perfect Workshop contributor

2018 Auckland New Zealand - Safety Psychology Conference: Conference Chair

2018 Wellington, New Zealand - 2nd Women & Digital Leadership Summit presentation: Active steps to stay ahead of change

2018 Wellington, New Zealand - Science, Research & Innovation Leadership Conference: Conference Chair

2017 Berlin, Germany ITAA presentation: Team meetings a place for learning: applying TA concepts

2016 Coimbatore, India ITAA presentation: - Freedom to change: psychological hungers, cycles of competence and change

2015 Sydney, Australia ITAA presentation:  Change and adoption: hungers and resistance

2014 San Francisco, USA ITAA presentation: Lost in Space: technology, emotions and learning in organisations: the impact of psychological hungers

2014 Perth, Australia WPTAA presentation: What's going on? Workplace dynamics, relations and behaviour

2013 Osaka, Japan ITAA presentation: Who teaches us how to recover, rebuild and have new beginnings? Learning through cognitive apprenticeship

2012 Sydney, Australia ATAA presentation: Sisters, brothers, and workplaces: group dynamics

2012 Chennai, India ITAA presentation: Play at work: where’s your comfort zone?

2011 Bilbao, Spain ITAA presentation: Healing within: fantasy or future for organisations

2010 Perth, Australia ATAA presentation: Organisations healing within: fantasy or future

2009 Tokyo, Japan JATA presentation: Making sense of our world, our culture and ourselves in 2009 - how does the cultural parent concept influence us?

2008 Rotorua, New Zealand NZTAA presentation: Who's the leader? TA leadership concepts in practice

2003 Tauranga, New Zealand NZBA presentation: Healthy boundary: keeping safe in your practice - applying TA contracting methods

 

Academic Presentations:

2019 International Business Communication Conference - Detroit USA - Group memory and learning design principles for business meetings

2019 APAC Association of Business Communication Conference, Wellington, New Zealand - Team meeting group memory and learning design principles and interventions

2018 International Business Communication Conference, Johor Bharu, Malaysia - The meeting group memory toolkit

2018 USYD Australia, Centre for Research of Learning and Innovation_PhD thesis presentation

2017 World Transactional Analysis Conference - Berlin, Germany- Team meetings a place for learning

2015 International Transactional Analysis Research Conference – Rome, Italy - Learning in multidisciplinary teams leading technology change and adoption

2015 USYD Australia Research presentation at Faculty Education & Social Work Research Forum - Learning at multidisciplinary teams leading innovation

2015 USYD Australia Research Fest - Learning at multidisciplinary teams leading innovation projects

2014 USYD Australia Research Fest - Teams making sense of disruptive technologies 

 

Publications:

Lacy, A. (2020) Design principles and intervention guidelines: Contemporary team meeting practices improving efficiencies, productivity and return on investment - in draft

Lacy, A. (2020) Group memory enhancing learning and knowledge practices in team meetings - Literature review - in draft

Lacy, A. (2020) Looking back acts: group memory phenomena informing team meeting practices - in draft

Lacy, A. (2020) Chapter: Learning practices at work: a case for cognitive apprenticeship, Book: Organisational Transactional Analysis- in press

PhD Thesis (2019): Group memory enhancing learning and knowledge practices in team meetings. University of Sydney, Australia

Lacy, A. (2016) Patient emotions and patient education technology. Chapter 2, Volume: Emotions, Technology and Health. Elsevier Publications.

2015 EATA Book of Abstracts publication: Trans-disciplinary teams making sense of technology that is       changing the traditional way of doing things – A Transactional Analysis perspective.

Lacy, A. Learning transactional analysis through cognitive apprenticeship. Transactional Analysis Journal, October 2012, Sage Publications.

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