Upcoming Events

THURS–SAT
11–13 MAY

2017

New Zealand Community Boards Conference

Wendy has been invited to speak at the New Zealand Community Boards Conference on Friday, 12 May 2017. The theme of the 2017 conference is “Making 1 + 1 = 3” or, how can we as boards achieve more for our communities with the resources we are given. NZ Community Board have gathered a range of exceptional speakers for the conference who are certain to inspire us and provide us, not only with confirmation that we are doing a top job in our communities, but more importantly, challenge us to do more in ways that we have not tried before. See the website for more information.

REGISTRATION ONLY

WED
17 MAY

2017

CivicsNZ workshop to explore options for a civics strategy for New Zealand

Institute patron Todd Krieble, and Danijela Tavich will present their think piece on how we might build on the Constitutional Advisory Panel recommendations which included the development of a national strategy for civics and citizenship education in schools.

Please see the flyer for more information.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – LIMITED SPACES

TUES
23 MAY

2017

Discussion: Observations from The GDS Index 2016

Date: Thursday, 25 May 2017, 12.15pm – 1.15pm (brief lunch from midday)
Location: McGuinness Institute, Level 2, 5 Cable Street, Wellington

Join us for a discussion of the latest government department strategy (GDS) Index results, examining the composition of those GDSs operational in the 2015 financial year. Over lunch, we will share how each of the 133 GDSs align with our benchmark characteristics of what makes a good strategy document. We will discuss these findings in light of our three year research program into strategy stewardship.

Please see the flyer for more information. 

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – LIMITED SPACES

FRI
3 NOV

2017

U3A Wellington presentation

Wendy has been invited to speak at the U3A event in Wellington on Friday, 3 November 2017 on Project TacklingPovertyNZ

Other Events of Interest

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