Adam Bevins; Adrian Wimmers; Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki; Andrew Sharpe; Angela Parquist; Astrid Anderson; Cheryl Bowie; Chris Morgan; Christian Penny; Claire McQuilken; Damon Birchfield; Darren Lee; Darrin Brinsden; David Hall; David Udy; Dr Chellie Spiller; Dr Karlo Mila; Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh; Eddy Royal; Fenella Gray; George Riley; Hayley Shields; Hilary Sumpter; Imogen Parry; James Wilson; Jamie Munro; Jane Carruthers; Jennie Vickers; John Skurr; Jonathan Hulme; Josephine Bartley; Josie Ogden-Schroeder; Julia Hartshorne; Justin Maddox; Karyn McLeod; Kaye-Maree Dunn; Kelly Bewley; Kimberly Rees; Lisa Paraku; Manu Keung; Mary Camp; Megan Hurnard; Megan Tyler; Mini Prasad; Michael Berry; Mina Mathieson; Murray Hickman; Neville Pulman; Nick Astwick; Nicola Brehaut; Olive Brown; Pania Schwenke; Pauline Hanna; Penny Hulse; Peter Fenton; Quentin McCarthy; Rebecca Sinclair; Rob Kerr; Sanjoy Nand; Sarah Graham; Shaun Greaves; Tara Pradhan; Teresa Tepania Ashton; Tom Dibley; Tracy Moyes; Tui Ah Loo.
Exploring the rural economy, primary industries and natural resources, agribusiness, science and research, and where food comes from all from the comfort of Palmerston North. Mark Langdon, Director of Business Assurance at New Zealand Trade & Enterprise shares his reflection on Session Five - Our Rural Economy.
An evening of integrative leadership? Sounded a bit Harvard MBA to David Gandar. He'd prefer something like Leadership that Embraces, perhaps Huggy Leadership. Find out what he thought about our Dinner with a Difference - An Integrative Leadership Experience.
A reflection of the first half of 2017 plus looking forward to 2018 and beyond! This newsletter includes reflections from our participants in the 2017 Programme as well as Alumni looking back on their leadership journey.
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.
Tracy's goals going into the inaugural Leadership NZ Programme were simple - she wanted to make a difference. She shares some of her journey since completing the Programme and where she is now in our latest Alumni Reflection.
The title of our second session, Our Roots: Our History was more than an abstract name for Pieter from the Department of Conservation. For him, it really was a journey back to his roots, one that brought one question back to the surface - what can he do to help?
The Venerable Michael Berry, Archdeacon Southern Region, Anglican Diocese of Auckland, participated in the Leadership NZ Programme in 2008. He joined us at the Programme Launch to share some of the wisdom he has gained in his leadership journey since then.
Kirsty's head was full of questions before the start of the 2017 Programme. Louise's provocation "What world view do you have about how life works and the place of humanity?" didn't lessen the questions either. But how does she feel now, reflecting on the weekend?
Conferenz, Leadership New Zealand, Kea and Business Herald invite you to join 200+ CEOs, GMs, MDs and Country Managers as we shine a light on the greatest challenges transforming leadership in New Zealand.
Oh, no, not another leadership course! Brook's initial thoughts about the Programme were hesitant, even though he was promised that it wouldn't be just another leadership course. Find out how the first session of the Programme went for 2017.
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.