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(2018). Notes on Contributors. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 18(1):162-163.
(2018). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 18(1):162-163
Notes on Contributors
Halina Brunning is a chartered clinical psychologist, organisational consultant and executive coach. She has published extensively on clinical and organisational issues, and edited several books for Karnac including Executive Coaching: Systems - Psychodynamic Perspective (2006). She conceived and edited a trilogy of books which analyses the contemporary world through a psychoanalytic lens: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on a Turbulent World co-edited with Mario Perini (2010), Psychoanalytic Reflections on a Changing World (2012), and Psychoanalytic Essays on Power and Vulnerability (2014).
Gouranga P. Chattopadhyay is currently an independent OD consultant, trainer, counsellor and executive coach. He is also Professor Emeritus, Academy of Human Resources Development, Ahmedabad (India). Prior to this, he was a Professor at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (India). In various professional roles Chattopadhyay has worked in five continents. He brought the technology and theories of GRCs to India in 1972 and designed and participated in over 60 of those as Director, some as co- or associate director and some as consultant. He has also designed and offered shorter experiential learning workshops to many client organisations. Professor Chattopadhyay has published to date 113 articles in social anthropology, sociology, management theory and practice in national and international journals.
Nathan Gerard, PhD, is an assistant Professor at California State University, Long Beach, in the Department of Health Care Administration, and a Research Associate at the University of Missouri's Center for the Study of Organizational Change. His research spans the intersection of psychology, psychoanalysis and social theory, with particular emphasis on the topics of motivation, meaning, creativity and alienation at work. Nathan received his PhD from Columbia University in Social-Organizational Psychology.
Sandy Henderson is an executive coach and OD consultant. He was formerly a partner at a major international law firm, specialising in employment law and employee benefits. He is the current OPUS Director.
Larry Hirschhorn is director for Dynamics of Consulting a psychodynamically oriented programme for experienced coaches and consultants that takes place in New York City. He is principal Emeritus of CFAR, a management consulting company in Philadelphia.
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