Inspiring Communities, in collaboration with Exult, is excited to be bringing you the following workshops in 2018.
Workshop 1: Facilitating Community-led Change
This workshop will focus on useful approaches, processes and ideas for bringing and keeping groups and teams together, having conversations that really matter – and having FUN.
Coming to Auckland, Wellington & Tauranga
Workshop 2: Leading in Communities
This workshop explores frameworks and tools for thinking, acting and leading amidst complexity, where leadership is primarily about continuous learning on the job.
Coming to Nelson, Taranaki & Wellington
Workshop 3: Connections and Collaboration
This workshop will help you to map and tap into the strengths of your wider community, assess your community relationships, apply tools to build and sustain stakeholder relationships.
Coming to Christchurch, Auckland & Whangarei
Check out our website for further details and to register: inspiringcommunities.org.nz...
Do you think primary teachers and principals should be striking? Thousands of teachers have taken industrial action on Wednesday, with dozens of rallies planned around the country. They aim to gain attention for better pay, conditions and incentives to attract new teachers. Although about 30,000 people in the profession are involved in the strike, not everyone agrees with it.
So, what are your thoughts on the strike? Do you think teachers deserve better pay? Or should they have stayed around the negotiating table for longer? Are you a teacher or parent with views on the topic? Let us know in the replies!
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We know you have other things to worry about these winter months, and a high electricity bill shouldn’t be one of them. To help you save this winter, we have put together a list of the top five power hungry home appliances which might be the reason for your high power bill this month.
Click here to check out the list!
To see even more savings on your power, switch to energyclubnz today and you’ll receive a $50 account credit PLUS a free 6 month NZ House and Garden magazine subscription.
Gap Filler is turning an unused site in the central city into a car park. Profits will be go towards community projects such as free cycle maintenance workshops. A great idea and so handy for the Margaret Mahy playground, Isaac Theatre Royal and New Regent St.