In this Leaders’ Connect hui recording from 1 December 2022, Denise Quinlan shares her whakaaro on finishing well after another trying year.
Emily shares about her wisdom on wellness and leadership from her experience as an experienced Child and Family Psychologist
Kotte shares about her approach to wellness and what is critical to her in her roles as a coach, yoga instructor and friend
Danette brings her insights into wellbeing, and leadership very much formed by her tikanga and Maori heritage
Kris Herbert is really into stories on the street, in the hood and through Our Stories Trust she captures these digitally for sharing.
Reihana Dougherty and Atarau Hamilton-Fuller share insights to their involvement with Puāwai our youth leadership programme in Ōtautahi, and the power of sharing stories.
Hōhepa (Joseph-Briana) Hutana-Waitoa shares how story telling is such a big motivator in his involvement in Maori Theatre and productions
In this Leaders’ Connect hui recording from 23 September 2021, Dr Denise Quinlan from NZ Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience shares her whakaaro on leading well: self-care in a COVID environment.
Derek Wenmoth from FutureMakers shares his whakaaro on Thinking Long – learning for the future.
Wiremu Gray shares whakaaro on Te Whare Mauri Ora, his framework for leading well by caring for ourselves and others.
Greg Jansen shares two frameworks to support leaders as they navigate challenging times – whether it be with teams, parents, community or students.
Dr Lucy Hone and Dr Denise Quinlan from NZ Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience (NZIWR) share their whakaaro on Finishing Well: Strengths-based approaches for noticing the growth and the good.