August 1st, 2021
A waiata sung in the darkness resounds, as we look to the Matariki cluster and then out to the horizon. The red hue to the east growing with every passing moment and the promise of a new beginning. What do we learn about one another, about a rich cultural narrative and the tikanga that supersedes our existence, about speaking our truth and the freedom in letting go that we might move forward?
July 1st, 2021
Knowing our calling means we are able to live a life directed to the fulfillment of our purpose. Heady stuff, but also important in an age where people are stretched to their limit trying to be all things to themselves and others.
June 1st, 2021
Across the globe there are networks of people exploring the ways in which working together can create a movement for positive change. These learning ecosystems approaches are now researched and acknowledged globally as a way to create deep systemic change
May 1st, 2021
Activating and sustaining change across a complex social issue (system) is no easy feat–but it does and can happen. Systems change work is often defined as, “shifting the conditions that hold a system in place”.
April 1st, 2021
Leadership Lab creates events to gather people meaningfully. We partner with Can Do Catering which is a social enterprise that provides residents and clients of the Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust with real, meaningful and paid employment opportunities
March 1st, 2021
We are at our most powerful as a team when we work from our strengths, and support each other's weaknesses. This requires vulnerability...
February 1st, 2021
Even if we are unconvinced about the idea of a foreordained life mission, there is ample evidence that a life/work experience that combines strengths with meaningful service confers powerful advantages.
December 1st, 2020
I didn’t really know what I didn’t know, and I didn’t know that I was essentially thinking about biculturalism in a tokenistic and probably offensive way.
November 1st, 2020
If knowing was the same as doing, life would be boring because everyone would always make the 'right' choices. How many times have you said 'I know I should....', but don't do it?
October 1st, 2020
What might it look like if a tirohanga Māori / Māori world view (Indigenous worldview) was used to look at the complex problems we are all faced with in 2020?
September 1st, 2020
We start by identifying the aggravating issue that we all care about, and then co-design solution together
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