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Desilonisation Program Client Comments

  1. Take the risk - it may turn out to be the best thing you have ever done. Heather Tavassoli, Manager, Employment Court, Ministry of Justice.

  2. Readings were fantastic. Really valued the personal focus -"If it's going to be, it starts with me!". Wes Brown, Business Development Manager, Ministry of Justice.

  3. With regard to making the management team stronger, I think this was one of the highlights of the Program - getting to know and interact with my peers on a deeper level. I think the management group as a whole learnt a lot from and about each other. Brendan Mai, Statistics New Zealand.

  4. Thanks for all your hard work and energy, I think it has made a big difference for the management team and to me on a personal level. Rachael Milicich, Manager, Statistics New Zealand.

  1. Great course. Some material challenged norms. Useful suite reference material built up for ongoing use. Andrea Blackurn, Statistics NZ.

  2. The course absolutely delivered on a making the management team stronger. We know and appreciate each other more and I learnt that I respect and enjoy the company of my colleagues a lot. Jude Hughes, Manager, Statistics New Zealand.

  3. Overall enjoyed every module. The course gave Lower Hutt staff an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other better and an opportunity to discuss strategies. Mahinarangi Gilbert. Child Youth and Family.

  4. I think the course was very well designed. I am a bit biased. I don't think I would change much, if anything. Chris Harvey, Child Youth and Family, Manager Central.
  5. Interesting, insightful and useful information, very well presented-enjoyed every last bit. Site supervisors are now more open and tolerant of each other and beginning to work as a unit. Good interactive delivery. One of the best I've been to. Cathy Christian, Child Youth and Family, Central.

  6. We now have a tighter management group, well-connected. Should be a flow on affect with teams at the office. Overall one of the best I've been to. Michael Murphy, Child Youth and Family, Central

  7. Excellent facilitator. Course provided self-growth and development and reflection as to where I fit in the position. Overall one of the best I've been to. Elizabeth Brown, Child Youth and Family, Central.

  8. Bruce was a pleasure to work with, relaxed, supportive and at times challenging. Andrew Little, Child Youth and Family, Central.

  9. If you really want to make a true difference in the way you think, live and work then you better get Virtual! Five out of 5. I never circle a 5 and I really mean it. Rosaleen Bham, Child Youth and Family, Central.

  10. The Program is very thought provoking and an excellent opportunity to look at ourselves and discover who our work colleagues are. The Program opens up the mind to possibilities for personal growth and strengthening relationships with others. The Program is unique, backed up with excellent reading resources. Jan Johns Child Youth and Family, Western.

  11. Good concept indeed and a style of presentation that works to bring people together. Ray Wiley, Child Youth and Family, Western.

  12. Go for it. Be open to growth and watch your journey open up before you. Diane Attwell, Child Youth and Family, Western.

  13. Awesome course ... Needs to be promoted. Different line of thinking. Challenging. Toka Walden. Child Youth and Family, Western.

  14. Absolutely riveting - enjoyed every module. Course really affirming. Julie Marinovich. Child Youth and Family, Western.

  15. Everyone has more connections across the School. A deep sense of trust with Groups. More self awareness. Rebecca Taylor, The Correspondence School.

  16. Quick to trust in small groups. Focus has improved considerably. Jo Wolfrey, Manager Office Services & Purchasing, The Correspondence School.

  17. Benefits include: Across School communications. Working along side other Groups to share ideas. All on the same page. Lyndsey Marment, Curriculum Leader Special Education, The Correspondence School.

  18. I was able to apply much of what I learned almost immediately with my team and other colleagues. Leon Goldsmith, Team Leader, The Correspondence School.

  19. Very valuable for developing shared understandings, common language and concepts, building awareness of differences and similarities about how we all work and communicate at The Correspondence School. Sue Mark, Manager HR, The Correspondence School.

  20. Trust within the group was developed and enhanced through the careful facilitation process. Jen Mc Cutcheon, Regional Manager, The Correspondence School.

  21. I think it was a great course. A great way to bring the wider team together to reach common organisational goals...It stretches the boundaries so one has to think well beyond the norm. Sanjay Goyal, IRG Manager, The Correspondence School.

  22. Before the Program they worked individually. Not as a team. The behaviours we were seeing before the Program were pretty bad: lack of collaboration, lack of trust and respect for others, intolerance, not wanting to participate beyond their role as they saw it...The changes have been amazing! It's amazing the growth I've seen in people during the workshops. People are talking about the "We". They are saying, "We are all in this together. We all agree what we want and what we are here to do." People wanting to work together, understanding each others' roles and what they can contribute.We now have a group of people who can take Mike Hollings' vision forward and implement it. Jenn Swain, L&D Manager, The Correspondence School.

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