WORK IN PROGRESS – workplace leadership in the new collar future is a one day Conference created as a response to extensive research and consultation undertaken with the Wellington region’s private and public sector employers and stakeholders in economic development.
This research was undertaken by the Wellington Regional Strategy Office in conjunction with Victoria University Management School and the Wellington Gold Awards, the region’s premier business awards established in 1999.
This one day Conference is for individuals, business and organisational leaders looking to future proof themselves and their workplace and is part of a range of initiatives that support and encourage economic growth, business aspirations and workplace leadership in the Wellington region.
WORK IN PROGRESS - workplace leadership in the new collar future is an Agenda Limited event.
The Agenda Team have over 30 years of experience creating, delivering and marketing successful major Events in Wellington, throughout New Zealand and internationally.
Agenda manage and produce the Wellington Gold Awards in association with The Dominion Post - the annual celebration and acknowledgement of the business community and people of the Wellington region - which celebrated its 20th birthday in 2018.
The Gold Awards has had over 2,000 Wellington businesses and organisations participate in the past 20 years and consistently hosts1,000 attendees at the July awards night. The awards has an excellent family of sponsors committed to promoting the value and importance of Wellington businesses and the people who make them happen.
Agenda is also the Project Managers for The Wellys - The Dominion Post Wellingtonian of the Year Awards with the 30th annual Awards held on Thursday December 6, 2018 at Te Papa.
John Dow, Gayle Page (Directors), Phil O’Brien (also highly acclaimed RNZ National presenter) and Lucy Shand are the Agenda team who oversee all aspects of the Work in Progress Conference.
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Speakers include Kaila Colbin, John Wareham, Bernard Hickey, Sam Jarman, Tim Fowler, Stuart Brock, Prof Ian O. Williamson, Ruth McDavitt, Tanemahuta Gray, Mary O’Hagan & Kendra Ross - more .....