This will support intergenerational succession and effectiveness of Papatipu Rūnanga, government and non-government, community, and commercial organisations.
The title captures the importance of looking back and reflecting when leading.
Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the programme continues to develop.
About the programme
The programme draws on what is considered internationally as sound and effective practice in leadership development. Those participating will be guided to build an authentic understanding of their leadership style and preferences, while also being able to draw on approaches across the spectrum of effective leader practice.
This programme operates alongside the Rangatahi Tumeke Scholarship initiative, to cater for pakeke (adults) who are entering into leadership roles (either currently or in recent years) and are seeking coaching and development of their effectiveness.
The programme is focussed on three interrelated elements of effectiveness:
1. Leadership of self: Understanding/forming your leadership style and what this means for authenticity and effectiveness;
2. Leadership of teams: What it means to lead a team and, in particular, how this differs from management;
3. Leadership in context: Understanding various approaches to leadership practice so that you can draw on effective practices suited to differing contexts.
Module 1 (online)
Monday 11 April 2022
- Hogan Assessment debrief
Module 2 (online)
Post Easter (date to be confirmed)
- Leadership theory
- Development of leadership style
- Professional growth
3 and 4 August 2022, Queenstown.
Brendan Lynch: Senior Consultant - Winsborough
Facilitating the Hogan Assessment-based process to undertanding leadership styles.
Mike Shatford: Strategic Advisor - Murihiku Regeneration
Facilitating discussion around coaching and personal development objectives.
Ivan Hodgetts: Programme Manager - Murihiku Regeneraton
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