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Leadership Programme

April 16, 2014 at 2:33 PM

Date:   29th April 2014
Time:   9.30am to 1.00pm
Place:  Waitakere Community Resource Centre, 8 Ratanui St, Henderson (see attached)
Cost:   $45.00pp incl gst


How do we identify and foster leadership that happens between people? We all know when our work projects or teams are “leaderful” and working and when they are not. But it’s not always easy to know why and what to do to improve.

This workshop will introduce simple, practical and powerful elements of leadership, and help you develop strategies for acknowledging and contributing to shared leadership in everyday settings. Whether you are a designated leader or participant in a project or work stream, you can expect to leave the workshop having

  • Reviewed the leadership needs of your work settings
  • Identified your personal strengths
  • Developed strategies for attending to these
  • Explored some cultural differences in leadership


FACILITATOR: Rhyll Stafford

Rhyll has been working with individuals, groups and organisations and their learning and development since 1996, initially in Social Services and Violence Prevention projects. She is a member of MIRA NZ, an organization development company based in New Lynn. She has run leadership development and culture change programmes since 2000. MIRA methods are researched and developed by the Worldwide Association for Social Development. More information about Rhyll and MIRA is available on   

Numbers are limited.  Book now to avoid disappointment.

To book contact Mandy Spencer on or 09 838 7903

Category: Training