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LinC (Leaders in Communities)

Incubator

Whakarongo ki te tangi i ngā manu e karanga nei – Listen to the call of the tui

 

Do you…?

  • have a desire to connect meaningfully with others working within communities to affect change, and you see potential for collaboration?
  • recognise the inequities and prejudices in our society and feel motivated to make this right?
  • know there is a need for new ways of seeing, doing and being if we are to lead well, and you’re keen to explore that further?
  • want to slow down and learn how to listen carefully to your own inner voice, to the call of our time, to play to your strengths and move in response?

 

Join the Incubator journey this year…

Incubator is an engaging 9-month personal development journey for a team of 32, which supports leaders to grow equitable and thriving communities.

It begins at the time of Matariki (June 2022) and concludes in April 2023 and is designed to:

  • Hold space for Te Tiriti and equity as an inclusive programme
  • Empower leaders to support Hauora (holistic wellbeing) and community flourishing
  • Cultivate connection through small group and whole team shared learning opportunities
  • Support personal exploration of strengths and individual leadership journeys
  • Create space for reflection with peers to bring new perspectives to leadership and your communities

 

What it involves… your opportunities

3 One-day and 1 Half-day Wānanga – Whole group event
Dispersed over 9 months and held at Rehua Marae, McFaddens Centre and Rāpaki Marae.
Focus on Leading self and growing leadership in our communities

5x Action Learning Groups (ALG’s) – Small group process
Harnesses the ideas and skills of each participant while working to support individual and collective perspectives and thinking.
Connect deeply with a diverse range of colleagues supporting, learning, and collaborating together

Strengths Finder Coaching – 2x individual coaching sessions
Helping to bring an awareness of your strengths and talents so you can live and work at your best SF coaching continues to be one of the most empowering aspects of the programme

 

If you’re interested in expressing your interest please contact us by May 23rd 2022

Contact Us Now

info@lincproject.org.nz 

 

 

 

 

LinC since 2015…

Growing leaders in thriving communities

The LinC (Leadership in Communities) Project was created in 2015 as a partnership between Leadership Lab and the three city councils, local philanthropics, tertiaries and local iwi with a vision of “Growing leaders in equitable and thriving communities”. Over 8 years LinC has worked with over 300 physical communities and communities of interest throughout Canterbury. 

Our LinC tikanga/ways of working focusses on;

  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi |Kaupapa Māori Principles |Intersectionality and Identity | Equity | Empowered Pathways |Inclusion of Diversity | Cultural Safety | Invisible Leaders | Network Leadership | Flipped Power Dynamics

Between 2022 and 2024 LinC has three connected components; Incubator, Puāwai and Rourou

LinC Puāwai conceptual framework 2022-2024

 

 

 

Showing up differently: Collective approach to complex issues

This is a case study which outlines the key collaborative processes that have been developed in LinC and are transferable to other collaborative projects. “Showing up differently” framework

 

Read more of LinC’s story since 2015

Our old project website is a great archive of some great work

 

Videos from various LinC projects

 

Discover More

 

LinC (Leaders in Communities)

Incubator

Whakarongo ki te tangi i ngā manu e karanga nei – Listen to the call of the tui

 

Do you…?

  • have a desire to connect meaningfully with others working within communities to affect change, and you see potential for collaboration?
  • recognise the inequities and prejudices in our society and feel motivated to make this right?
  • know there is a need for new ways of seeing, doing and being if we are to lead well, and you’re keen to explore that further?
  • want to slow down and learn how to listen carefully to your own inner voice, to the call of our time, to play to your strengths and move in response?

 

Join the Incubator journey this year…

Incubator is an engaging 9-month personal development journey for a team of 32, which supports leaders to grow equitable and thriving communities.

It begins at the time of Matariki (June 2022) and concludes in April 2023 and is designed to:

  • Hold space for Te Tiriti and equity as an inclusive programme
  • Empower leaders to support Hauora (holistic wellbeing) and community flourishing
  • Cultivate connection through small group and whole team shared learning opportunities
  • Support personal exploration of strengths and individual leadership journeys
  • Create space for reflection with peers to bring new perspectives to leadership and your communities

 

What it involves… your opportunities

3 One-day and 1 Half-day Wānanga – Whole group event
Dispersed over 9 months and held at Rehua Marae, McFaddens Centre and Rāpaki Marae.
Focus on Leading self and growing leadership in our communities

5x Action Learning Groups (ALG’s) – Small group process
Harnesses the ideas and skills of each participant while working to support individual and collective perspectives and thinking.
Connect deeply with a diverse range of colleagues supporting, learning, and collaborating together

Strengths Finder Coaching – 2x individual coaching sessions
Helping to bring an awareness of your strengths and talents so you can live and work at your best SF coaching continues to be one of the most empowering aspects of the programme

 

If you’re interested in expressing your interest please contact us by May 23rd 2022

Contact Us Now

info@lincproject.org.nz 

 

 

 

 

LinC since 2015…

Growing leaders in thriving communities

The LinC (Leadership in Communities) Project was created in 2015 as a partnership between Leadership Lab and the three city councils, local philanthropics, tertiaries and local iwi with a vision of “Growing leaders in equitable and thriving communities”. Over 8 years LinC has worked with over 300 physical communities and communities of interest throughout Canterbury. 

Our LinC tikanga/ways of working focusses on;

  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi |Kaupapa Māori Principles |Intersectionality and Identity | Equity | Empowered Pathways |Inclusion of Diversity | Cultural Safety | Invisible Leaders | Network Leadership | Flipped Power Dynamics

Between 2022 and 2024 LinC has three connected components; Incubator, Puāwai and Rourou

LinC Puāwai conceptual framework 2022-2024

 

 

 

Showing up differently: Collective approach to complex issues

This is a case study which outlines the key collaborative processes that have been developed in LinC and are transferable to other collaborative projects. “Showing up differently” framework

 

Read more of LinC’s story since 2015

Our old project website is a great archive of some great work

 

Videos from various LinC projects

 

Discover More