Defining authentic value, for good
Fireside chat

Join us & our panel as we discuss defining authentic value, for good, one of the key topics on our Leading Change for Good Postgrad Certificate.

Wednesday 3rd February, 2021
7:00pm-8:00pm
Free to join via Zoom

Event overview

We launched Leading Change for Good over 4 months ago and one of the most intriguing, and challenging, topics we’ve approached so far is defining authentic value, in the context of “for good”.

The engagement from our learners, and the stories of leadership and experience that came out of our discussions, inspired us to tackle it again, with a wider audience. So we’ve created an entire event around it so we could discuss, debate and learn with people across Aotearoa.

Join us and a panel of interesting collaborators, for another online fireside chat, as we tackle “defining authentic value”.

What is value, how do we make sure the value we are working towards is authentic, but also measurable? And how do our own unique contexts play into the definition of value?

This fireside chat is designed for

  • Those who are keen to make positive change in their community, business, industry, or wider.
  • Those who have an idea for sustainable change they want to lead, big or small, for the benefit of others and/or the the planet – or can see where change is needed.
  • Varied industries from self-employed, SME’s, large corporates, government, not for profit, anyone who wants to lead innovative and sustainable change for good.
  • Anyone who has previously attended and enjoyed our previous fireside chats in this series

Our panelists (more to be announced)

Teah Carlson, Kaupapa Māori Researcher and Evaluator at SHORE and Whāriki Research Centre, Massey University
He uri mokopuna tēnei no Te Whānau-A-Apanui, Ngāti Porou me Waikato- Tainui. I grew up on the East Coast and hail from a long line of hardworking farmers, shearers, fencers, gardeners, black smiths and teachers. I am a māmā of three stunning boys, I had my second boy in the middle of my Masters and our youngest in the middle of my PhD. So not afraid of a bit of a challenge. Most of my work involves working with/for/by Māori communities where collaboration and action are key to the research process.
Martin King, Festival Director & LGBTTQI+ specialist
General Manager, People Leader, and Director with 20 plus years global experience inspiring and leading organisations to create great places to work, human organisations that inspire people to be their best. Martin is now embarking on more social enterprise and making an impact with diversity & inclusion as a core focus in both corporate and community spheres.

Our facilitator

Saskia Verraes – Programme Lead at The Mind Lab

What we'll discuss

Defining authentic value
What is authentic value? What does it mean to be an authentic leader? Authentic doesn't always mean good, so how do we measure this?
Measuring authentic value
Frameworks for measuring value and how we're bringing this into our teaching and learning on the course

The details

  • Fireside chat: panel of speakers with our facilitator asking questions, and opening the floor to audience questions
  • Wednesday 3rd February, 2021
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Free online info session delivered via Zoom

What is 'Leading Change for Good'?

The Mind Lab’s Leading Change for Good is a new Postgraduate Certificate that focuses on leadership and transformation for real, lasting impact where it matters the most. It’s a 34-week programme, with our next intake starting in November 2020, the first of it’s kind in New Zealand.

The programme aims to provide people from diverse industries and communities with the knowledge and skills to effectively instigate and lead collaborations and partnerships, and apply environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable practices for positive impact in times of change.

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