Leadership in a Changing Context (Mangawhai)

Thu, Jul 18, 2024

73, Moir Street, Mangawhai, 0505, Kaipara District, Northland, New Zealand (Map)

In this workshop you will gain the tools and knowledge you need to lead with confidence and agility in an ever-changing business landscape. We'll work with you to transform challenges into opportunities for growth and success.

Key areas this workshop will focus on:

  • Identifying the blockers in your business flow, understanding and addressing what's slowing you down
  • Exploring levers of change: what to increase or reduce to overcome blockers
  • Developing a framework for prioritisation and determining what to work on next
  • Maintaining focus for your business and your teams
  • Adapting your plans without disrupting your business
  • How to make decisions at speed and communicate them transparently

Who this workshop is for

Small to medium business leaders, managers, or CEOs. If you have insight into or responsibility for what your business does and how your business works, you will benefit from this workshop. For Northland based businesses only.

This workshop will be interactive and give you space to work on the issues you are facing in your business. You'll walk away with tools and techniques to help you and your business thrive in the face of change and uncertainty.

The Taitokerau Business Resilience Project, a program designed explicitly for Northland businesses, is subsidising this course. Normal price is $215 + GST per person, the cost to you is $42 + GST.

The workshop will run from 10am - 2pm and a light lunch is included.


Sandy Mamoli

Sandy is one of New Zealand's leading Agile coaches, a professional speaker and confirmed cross-fit addict. She started her work life as a professional athlete playing handball and now brings together her vast experience of teams and leadership across sport, digital media and business.

Brenda Leeuwenberg

Brenda was one of NZ’s early digital pioneers, advocating for opportunities for women in technology and establishing networks throughout the creative sector as the industry carved out space for business and the NZ internet scene was created.