Posts tagged "Videos"
Issue 16 of the TalentNZ newsletter is now published!

Issue 16 of the TalentNZ newsletter is now published!

Issue 16 of the TalentNZ newsletter is now published! This issue focuses on a refresh of the Menu of Initiatives, showcases our new TalentNZ Infographic Poster, gives an update on The Family So’otaga project and puts Manawatu’s ‘Talent Central’ in the spotlight. If you would like to receive the regular TalentNZ newsletter, please connect with TalentNZ. You can also subscribe to...
TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 15 Out Today!

TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 15 Out Today!

TalentNZ explores four integrated work-streams that were identified as necessary to create a talent-based economy: grow, attract, retain and connect. In this Issue we put the New Zealand education system under the microscope. At the Institute, we consider that a broad and deep discussion around changing the shape of our education system is essential, as it will...
Dame Julia Cleverdon talks about social action – video published today

Dame Julia Cleverdon talks about social action – video published today

While at the Teach For All annual conference Wendy took the opportunity to interview Dame Julia Cleverdon. Julia is the co-founder of Step Up To Serve, a UK charity coordinating the #iwill campaign to make social action part of life for 10- to 20-year-olds by 2020. The interview with Julia was filmed and is now published on our YouTube...
TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 13 Out Today!

TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 13 Out Today!

In this issue we share an interview with Farm Cove Intermediate School principal, Linda Harvie, discussing how to retain talent, and the work of the World Economic Forum and Infosys around the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We provide an update of our work in the next two months, sharing an invite to the Going Places book launch on 17 March 2016,...
TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 12 Out Today!

TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 12 Out Today!

In this issue we share an interview with Jess Segal (Cultural and leadership Advisor at Kiwibank) discussing how to retain talent and Think Piece 23: The Future of Talent: Reflections from the World Future Society Conference, written by former project manager Hannah Steiner-Mitchell who has left the institute and moving to Budapest. We provide an update...
TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 11 Out Today!

TalentNZ Newsletter Issue 11 Out Today!

In this issue we provide an update on our TalentNZ project, including Wendy’s reflections from her sabbatical, an interview with Dame Julia Cleverdon (co-founder of Step Up To Serve) and share some interesting resources that we’ve found while researching. We also discuss our upcoming workshop as part of the Civics and Media Project. If you would like...
TalentNZ promotional video published today!

TalentNZ promotional video published today!

This video was launched during our presentation at the World Future Society conference in July 2015. It showcases the journey the TalentNZ project has taken since Sir Paul Callaghan first shared his vision of New Zealand as ‘a place where talent wants to live’ at our StrategyNZ workshop in 2011. The video features individuals that we have met and filmed throughout...
Q & A Session With Richard Louv

Q & A Session With Richard Louv

In November 2014 we travelled up the Whanganui River with 35 young New Zealanders aged between 18 and 25 as part of the LocalNZ workshop. During this trip the LocalNZ participants had the opportunity to hear Richard Louv discuss connections between family, nature and the community; this was followed by a Q & A session. We filmed...
An Interview With Karleen Marshall

An Interview With Karleen Marshall

In November 2014 we travelled up the Whanganui River with 35 young New Zealanders aged between 18 and 25 as part of the LocalNZ workshop. During this trip we visited the Te Wainui a Rua school, the only school on the Whanganui River and interviewed the school’s principal, Karleen Marshall. In this video Karleen shares...
Watch the Final Presentation of LocalNZ

Watch the Final Presentation of LocalNZ

The LocalNZ participant’s final presentation video is now on YouTube! LocalNZ connected 35 New Zealanders between the ages of 18 and 25, providing a collaborative space for them to identify existing and emerging opportunities and challenges. This initiative formed part of the McGuinness Institute’s TalentNZ project – creating an informed, focused and networked group of...
TalentNZ Menu of Initiatives launch: Colin Lynch – Identify the talent you want

TalentNZ Menu of Initiatives launch: Colin Lynch – Identify the talent you want

On 11 June 2014, the TalentNZ Menu of Initiatives publication and website were launched at a public event in Wellington. Over 100 people (including MPs, mayors and councillors) attended this event. Speakers included Sam Morgan (who launched the Menu), and the contributors to the 2013 TalentNZ Journal who each spoke for five minutes about one of the Menu’s...
TalentNZ Menu of Initiatives launch: Hayden Glass – Mapping the ecosystem

TalentNZ Menu of Initiatives launch: Hayden Glass – Mapping the ecosystem

On 11 June 2014, the TalentNZ Menu of Initiatives publication and website were launched at a public event in Wellington. Over 100 people (including MPs, mayors and councillors) attended this event. Speakers included Sam Morgan (who launched the Menu), and the contributors to the 2013 TalentNZ Journal who each spoke for five minutes about one of the Menu’s...