PROFILE

MBA Teaching Fellow Dee Roche

Started at UWA: 2003

A lifelong learner and innovator in leadership, strategic change and transformation

My role is to prepare students for the relentless and ever-accelerating rate of change.MBA Teaching Fellow Dee Roche  

MBA Teaching Fellow Dee Roche is a coordinator and lecturer at the UWA Business School, specialising in leadership, strategic change and transformation. Since 2009, Dee has coordinated the MBA Organisational Change and Transformation unit. She is a passionate change-maker who puts theory into practice by marrying together lived experience and academic understanding of change and transformation. 

Dee’s UWA journey began in 2003 and over the last 17 years, she has worked in a variety of roles including the UWA Executive Education as a Senior Management Consultant in the areas of leadership, strategic change and transformation. 

Before commencing her role in academia, Dee started her career as a registered general and paediatric nurse educator. Her experiences of travel and education opportunities in England, Saudi Arabia, Papua New Guinea, Southeast Asia and Australia kick-started her transition from nurse to UWA. A life-long learner, Dee describes her career as a continuous work in progress, neither finishing one position nor starting another.

Her cumulative experiences provide her with a rich source of portability and transferability into the diverse fields of health, education, social impact and facilitation. Her personal philosophy is to provide ‘service at its best’. She is also actively involved in student support and mentorship programs at UWA. 
Qualifications:
  • Master in Leadership and Management, Curtin University, WA
  • Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, GAICD
  • Certified Learning and Development Practitioner, CLDP
  • Foundations of University Teaching and Learning Certification
  • IAP2 Australasia Certificate in Engagement
  • TAE40110 Certificate 1V in Training and Assessment 
  • Diploma in Assessment and Training System
  • Spiral Dynamics Integral Technologies: Level One Certification
  • PsyOpus Team Synergy Scale Accreditation
  • Design Thinker: Experience Innovation 

External positions:

  • Senior Management Consultant at AIMWA–UWA Business School Executive Education 
  • Director of Dee Roche Leadership Development Consultancy
  • Registered Nurse (current) (WA Registration No: 7456)
  • Registered Sick Children's Nurse (UK Registration No: 0026)
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Administrator, Australian Psychologists Press

 

 

Awarded Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Facilitators, FAIPF

Awarded Fellow of the Risk Management Institute of Australasia, FRMIA

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Awarded a Gold Leaf Honour Award for contributions to people who are blind and deaf

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Awarded Fellows' Recognition for Leadership in Mentoring

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2014 winner of the UWA Excellence in Teaching and Research Awards (Program Award)

2013 winner of the UWA Excellence in Teaching Award

Nominee for Western Australian Women’s Hall of Fame (2014)

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Nominee of The University of Western Australia Excellence in Teaching Award (2014, 2015, 2016 & 2018)

Teaching

Dee seeks to continuously self-evaluate and search for new ways of learning and teaching, to improve the educational experiences of her students and the practice of her craft. She envisions herself as a facilitator of education rather than a teacher, actively encouraging her students to share their own experiences as she listens to their stories, shares her own and applies each example to theory taught in class and to real-world workplaces. She actively fosters peer learning, teamwork and communication skills, giving students the opportunity to become fully immersed and open to new learning experiences. 

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