The inaugural conference 2019
Saturday 9 February, Hamilton
Be inspired and get the tools to become the best mentor you can possibly be.
An event for deeply caring people who are driven to make a positive difference in people’s lives and their communities, and want to enhance their skills in doing so.
Bookings close 31 January 2019.
Speakers and sessions
Learn from the best mentors and leaders themselves.
ONE OF THE MOST RESPECTED RUGBY COACH OF ALL TIMES
KEY NOTE SPEAKER: Wayne Smith, former All Blacks coach, Coach for Crusaders and Chiefs, shares his reflections from a life time of coaching. Hear the key elements to helping people to be their best selves, on -and off- the field.
THE AUNTIE ‘IN CHARGE’
A raw and real talk about Jackies’ work with The Aunties and how to support and mentor the most vulnerable.
HOG-MAN (Habit Of Greatness-Man) TO MANY TOP TEAMS AND ATHLETES
David Galbraith, Sport Psychologist, currently in his 11th campaign for Chiefs Super rugby team and third Olympic cycle for High Performance Sport NZ. He also supports NZ Golf top teams, and has been working with the All Blacks Sevens team for almost 10 years.
Join his workshop and learn how to help people to unleash their greatness by supporting them to take the Pathway of Courage.
THE NEW ZEALAND COACHING & MENTORING CENTRE
- Mentoring basics: how to safely and effectively mentor people.
- Advanced mentoring: discussion and sharing workshop to deepen core mentoring skills to generate effective and lasting outcomes.
- Motivational interviewing: learn a framework to support people to change and stay changed.
Charity: The Aunties
Proceeds of the event go to The Aunties. An amazing group of women who know how to make a difference in other women’s lives.
The Aunties provide support and be kaitiaki to the vulnerable, particularly those who have experience domestic violence.
When: Saturday 9 February 2019, 8am – 5pm
Where: Hamilton, venue TBC (depends on numbers)
Costs: $50 – includes lunch
Proceeds go towards The Aunties.
Our workshops are enhanced by NZ Coaching and Mentoring Centre.