Wednesday 3 February 20219:00 - 11:00Add to calendar
Mahitahi COLAB Boardroom, NMIT Campus, 322 Hardy Street, Nelson, 7010View map
Presenter: Jon Lasenby, Maranga Ltd
Human interactions have been through enormous change in recent months across the globe. Businesses are collections of humans working towards common goals, and as such they have undergone equally seismic change.
This workshop focuses on the effects of these changes on teams and how they function, and on the organisational culture that those teams create. The shift towards more distributed ways of working that we went through during lockdown, and many businesses have extended since, bring both benefits and significant risks to teams and culture. Employers who see that their human capital, or the culture and identity of the business is in need of some care and maintenance will want to be in the room.
Maranga specialises in the human aspects of business, particularly helping teams and leaders increase their effectiveness, and leveraging this growth to drive an excellent culture. Jon Lasenby was a facilitator of personal and professional development using the outdoors for nearly a quarter of a century before starting Maranga Ltd in Nelson in 2018. After working all over Aotearoa for two years Jon is refocusing Maranga’s business on Te Tau Ihu the Top of the South to increase involvement with the local community and take a more responsible environmental position. Maranga maintains close connections with a network of very skilled facilitators and consultants and is able to bring excellent teams together for larger projects.
Venue kindly sponsored by Crombie Lockwood Richmond.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be received 5 clear working days prior to the event. Cancellations after this time and ‘no shows’ on the day will be charged the full invoice amount. Substitutions are permitted if you can no longer attend.