Building Knowledge: Tikanga, Cultural Leadership and the Workplace
5 week workshop series
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Join us for this 5 part online workshop that will build your understanding of Te Ao Māori (the Māori world). This workshop will give you confidence and greater understanding of how to act, build relationships with Māori and embed Māori values in your work.
Our workshop series is designed give you the confidence and knowledge on how to engage and conduct yourself when meeting or working with Māori. You will have the chance to learn the importance of te reo Māori, pronunciation and some key phrases when working in a Māori business environment. No prior knowledge or fluency needed.
There are different start dates to choose from, and sessions will run over 5 weeks – at the same day and time. See agenda tab for more information including what will be covered in each session.
We recommend colleagues to undertake this learning together and are providing the same price for members and non-members to encourage all team members to join in. All are welcome!
If you would like to attend this event but the intake dates don't suit you please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wānanga 5 - starts 2 November for 5 consecutive weeks
2 November, 9 November, 16 November, 23 November, 30 November
Wānanga 6 - starts 14 September for 5 consecutive weeks
Monday 1.00pm - 2.30pm
14 September, 21 September, 28 September, 5 October, 12 October
All earlier wānanga dates have sold out. We are looking to hold more wānanga in 2020 so please email us at email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
Lesson 1 - Te Reo, Waiata, Karakia
Pronounce words, names & place names correctly
Spell words correctly
Greet people confidently and appropriately in the workplace
Open and close business hui (meetings) with karakia
Recite karakia confidently
Understand the role of karakia in hui/meetings
Lesson 2 - Mihi, Waiata, Pepeha + Values
Welcome visitors formally to the workplace
Document / emails – opening statements, salutations, sign-offs
Use phone salutations
Identify oneself in a uniquely Aotearoa manner
Construct and recite pepeha
Explore the values of te ao - Māori: whakawhanaungatanga, manaakitanga, kaitiakitanga
Lesson 3 - Mihi, Pepeha + Values
Continue with pepeha preparation
Align pepeha with organisational branding / storytelling
Determine how to implement values in the workplace
Identify a values based leadership style
Lesson 4 - Aotearoa history and the Treaty of Waitangi
Engage in meaningful collaboration to open thinking to others’ perspectives
Clarify individual worldviews
Take a position/make a stand
Validate own cultural confidence journey
Lesson 5 - Aotearoa history and the Treaty of Waitangi
Complete + review unconscious bias / Treaty discussion
Recap all wānanga content
Plan/commit to implementation of te ao Māori into the workplace
Wairangi Jones and Cheri Waititi are specialists in Māori engagement, cultural capability, dispute resolution and Treaty of Waitangi training. www.tutiramai.co.nz
1. Preparing for the Zoom Session: 48 hours prior to session start time you will receive and email to register your details to give you access to the Zoom Session. Ensure you enter your first name, last name and email address as entered in your CA ANZ event registration. If you do not receive the Zoom Session link email to your ensure you check your spam/junk mail folder.
Approximately 15-30 minutes prior to session start time (relevant to your local time zone), ensure you have the software or application installed. When connecting on computers you will be prompted to download the software for Zoom if you have not already. To download, click on the link that you have been provided to join the session, it will take only 2-3 minutes to download. If you are planning on watching it on your phone, please download the Zoom application. Please note: If you are accessing this event from your place of work, it is imperative to check that you access the Zoom platform. You may need to use a personal device.
2. Accessing the Zoom Session: On receipt of Zoom Session Link email (refer 1. Preparing for the Zoom Session) follow the link to access session.
This event is only available live, it will not be recorded
If you would like to attend this event but the intake dates don't suit you please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email to use for CA ANZ event registration
Members must register using your primary email address nominated on your CA ANZ member profile (the email address in which this email has been received at) to ensure you are charged at the correct registration rate and that your CA ANZ member profile will reflect the event registration, your designation, event attendance and applicable qualifying hours.
Check your Junk/Spam Folder
CA ANZ Registration Reminder and Zoom Session Link email will be issued approximately 24 hours prior to the session start time. If you do not receive this email to your ensure you check your spam/junk mail folder. If you still have no success in locating the please contact the region delivering the session via email at Waikato.Events@charteredaccountantsanz.com to obtain the details.
Please note that this event may be recorded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ). In that case, this recording will be used by CA ANZ for various purposes, including publishing and distributing it online, promoting its activities, in CA ANZ’s advertising material, on social media and anywhere on CA ANZ’s website. By registering for this event, you acknowledge and agree to this, as a participant of this session.
Contact the regional office hosting the event via email at Waikato.Events@charteredaccountantsanz.com
Topic: Member Regional Events, People & Leadership
Sub-Topic: Building Knowledge, CA Diversity Series, Leadership, Member Event, Personal Effectiveness
Proficiency Level: All
CPD: Upto 7.5 hours