Listen to experts and top professionals from different fields as they discuss different topics, as well as address the challenges as well as the solutions to drive diversity, inclusion, and leadership in the New Zealand workplace.
These podcasts are recorded at previous JOURNEY to EXCELLENCE live events and should give you a preview of what you can expect at the next event.
7 May 2021
Journey to Excellence presented by M2woman Magazine, is a live immersive event set to help individuals and businesses work through challenges and inspire solutions in this everchanging New Zealand work landscape. This is a four part series where we deliver the insights of our speakers from our May 7th, 2021 Event
Hear from the best of the best LIVE at our next JOURNEY to EXCELLENCE event:
Friday 12 November 2021
Cordis Hotel (Auckland, CBD)
On Friday 20 November 2020, 250 guests at Cordis Hotel Auckland joined an expert panel of business leaders to discuss the hurdles to Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace and define the solutions. The panel featured Anahera Rawiri, Project Manager at Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Rawa; Shaun Philp, General Manager of People & Culture at […]
What’s Standing In The Way Of You Becoming A Leader? M2woman Journey To Excellence Podcast – Episode 2
Listen To The Podcast Here Download Fantastic, thanks Vanessa. Look, we are going to widen the discussion throughout the next year into other diversity groups as well, but while we’re on women and boards, Kate, I’m interested in where your interest and empathy for diversity came from, and then pathways to get to...
Listen To The Podcast Here Download On that note everyone I’d like to hear from you just finally before we ask for some take homes and then take some questions from the floor. How can we fix this? We’ve been talking about it. This is my fourth or fifth panel that we’ve done...
Listen to the podcast here Download To quote a previous audience member, because we get feedback after each of these things, “More men should be involved in the panels (or a man). I think the days of all women panels are gone and the inclusion and exclusion conversation is not moving forward unless...