Dynamic Leaders Course – 15-17 February 2012 14-Oct-2011

October 14, 2011 10:14 pm

Our very successful Wellington Experience programme, which has been running for 10 years, has been re-named ‘Growing Dynamic Leaders’ to better describe what you’ll achieve on this three day course.

We are now seeking expressions of interest for our February 2012 programme, so if you’re keen to be part of this exciting opportunity, here’s a sample of what you can expect ….

“The Wellington Experience 2010 was a challenging and intensive programme, exploring many aspects of leadership and organization and how they relate to the future of Rural Women New Zealand,” Heather Paton, Macraes Dunback branch.
“Twelve of us from different Regions all got to know each other and soak up the Experience – action packed! We discussed differing leadership styles and personalities, then had to interview a Mayor, MP, MAF CEO and others with three pre-organised questions then collate the data and decide which leadership style they had from autocratic, democratic to facilitative on a type of sliding scale. This was quite fascinating,” Virginia Broughton, Southland Interprovincial.
“Guest speaker presentations led up to us working together on a group presentation to Landcorp, who sponsor the Wellington Experience. Over a working dinner and into the evening we honed our earlier brainstorming session into a working presentation focusing on the work that Rural Women New Zealand does; common goals between the organizations; and ways in which we can work closer together towards the bigger picture of ‘strengthening rural communities,” Sue Higgins, Top of the South.
“It was high powered and intense but most enjoyable and I thank Rural Women NZ for giving me the opportunity for participating in the Master class 2010. A special thanks to Margaret Chapman, Liz Evans and the staff for all your help, fun and encouragement,” Melva Robb, Pelorus Sounds branch.

Interested? Call or email Noeline Holt today.  (04) 473 5524 or email [email protected].




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