Jason led us on a short but insightful snapshot of what Social Enterprise is and what it is not! Some great thought provoking ideas to consider and think about when you might be planning a project, with some level of social focus and intention. Be careful about what you are trying to do, plan, and be clear that it is something you can achieve.
Tayla Reece and Rose Cook, both work with youth based in Ōtautahi. In this video they share about their passion for working with youth from diverse groups within our city. They share about the impact of the Puāwai initiative, on their journey and those of others.
Daisy Lavea-Timo and Judy Bruce share from their own leadership experiences and challenge traditional ideas of inclusion, diversity and tolerance, and invite us to consider ways of showing up differently in intercultural connections.
In this Leaders' Connect school principals and authors David Armstrong and Steve Zonnevylle share their whakaaro on "being slacker better" - learnings from the trenches of the 40 Hour Principals.
Janina Konia (Ngāi Tahu, Ngā Puhi) is the kaiārahi at Mātauraka Mahaanui, an advisory board to the Ministry of Education with a mandate to represent Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu across the Waitaha region.
This video captures some of Puāwai and it's diverse network of our rangatahi/young people from around the region. It's a snapshot of their experiences growing as people and young leaders during this innovative programme. https://leadershiplab.co.nz/projects/puawai-linc-youth/
Joan Dalton shares her whakaaro on Important Conversations: using foundational art of inquiry skills for success. Joan Dalton is a Director at Hands On Educational Consultancy Pty Ltd.