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Leadership – Where we get it WRONG

  When answering the question “who is a great Leader?” it doesn’t take much for the world to lock in on three common measures: Success – those that have been deemed to have achieved a mission they set out on. Size – those that have led organisations of considerable size (eg: their big school, their big church, their growing organisation, or their big multi million dollar business). Self Esteem –… Read More »Leadership – Where we get it WRONG

Why our Wairua needs a Why

The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why – Mark Twain. It goes without saying that we all know the detrimental effects to the wairua(spirit) of a person in not finding their why in the world….sadly our depression and suicide rates speak to that. I bet many of us are only within a few degrees of separation… Read More »Why our Wairua needs a Why

Meet Anna

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Growing up, we all hear how important our education is. Or do we?  For many tamariki and rangatahi, the message that education is important is something that gets reinforced with support and encouragement. For some, this just isn’t the case. There are a variety of reasons that this basic part of growing up isn’t present, but the end result is often the same – a young person that lacks vision… Read More »Meet Anna