Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
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Gro Emmertsen Lund is an organizational consultant, writer, serial editor, lecturer, researcher and practitioner working at the interface of learning psychology, organizational development and educational improvement. She is currently working at Haslebo & Partnere in Denmark doing organizational consultancy, lecturing in the social constructionist training program for leaders and consultants, and teaching and supervising managers. She is bringing social constructionism as the philosophical background of her work into action, working with systemic, appreciative, narrative and CMM-approaches.
Her Ph.d. research and practice focuses on enhancing relational thinking in pedagogical and educational institutions. She is interested in how relational focused practice might create more effective means of progress in learning and wellbeing, and prevent conflicts and exclusion. Professor John Winslade is her advisor. Her work focuses on how organizational members can inform and improve educational and collaborative practices through dialogic relationships with each other, students and different stakeholders.
Gro is a Taos Associate and holds a bachelor of teaching from University College of Southern Denmark and a Master´s degree in Evaluation from University of Southern Denmark with Professor Peter Dahler-Larsen as her supervisor. She has published several articles on evaluation in a social constructionist perspective, focusing on dialogic and ethical practices in organizational evaluations, as well as articles on stress management in a social constructionist perspective and relational collaboration in pedagogical institutions. Gro co-authored the book; Relationsudvikling i skolen (Developing Relationships in Schools) together with Gitte Haslebo, and is currently working on several other book projects both as a serial editor on the serial Relational Pedagogics from Danish Psychological Publisher and as a writer.