Retreat Six (Governance and Global Issues) was “a timely reminder to wake up, take note, get uncomfortable and lead by example,” writes GRAHAM BODMAN.Read More
We hold events for our alumni, friends, and the general public for people to connect with the important conversations in leadership.
Subject matter experts and prominent New Zealand leaders share their knowledge and engage with the audience, sparking new ideas and innovation as minds from different backgrounds converge and focus their energy on a salient issue or theme.
The Wellington-based session left Dylan, Area Manager for Kiwibank, wondering: is my leadership about remembering my lines or is it about how my team perceive the actions I take?Read More
Session Four in Wellington was a chance for Helen to reconnect, catch up and continue on her leadership journey. The theme of provocative speakers continued with Christian Penny and Wayne Norrie raising questions for Helen.Read More
The mid-November Alumni Retreat was designed to provide an opportunity for our Alumni to “sharpen the saw”; to reconnect with each other and to engage with new ideas and conversations. See photos from the weekend or read more here.Read More
Initially, Mark was a little reticent in considering attending the Alumni retreat. The pull between 'doing' and 'being' and the value in both had been slightly obscured. But investing in himself meant he rediscovered the term 'Poustina' and met new friends amongst our Alumni.Read More
Hayley came to Wellington, expecting the unexpected. What she got was a shift in preconceptions, honest reflections, a tribal performance, an understanding of how to use diversity to leverage power and some hackle-raising stories.Read More
“Be yourself. Not your idea of what you think someone else’s idea of yourself should be." Henry David Thoreau sums up Kathy's reflection of our Seventh Session, as she saw governance through news lenses at the Army Headquarters, an old garage in Rongotai and the NZ Drama School.Read More