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Leader Hacks – How to reduce e-mail time-suck

Leader Hacks is an ongoing series from The Reverend Blythe Cody.

A Series on Women in Leadership, Part 2: Exclusion and Embrace

The following is the second in a series of articles from The Reverend Blythe Cody, sharing her thoughts on Women in Leadership in the Anglican Church.

Podcast Review: Nudge

What’s it called? Nudge Where’s the name from? Nudge theory – the idea that every day we receive ‘nudges’ through things that we see and hear which change the way...

Leader Hacks: Give More Feedback

Leader Hacks is an ongoing series from The Reverend Blythe Cody.

A Series on Women in Leadership, Part 1: Mātauranga and Flourishing

The following is the first in a series of articles from The Reverend Blythe Cody, sharing her thoughts on Women in Leadership in the Anglican Church.

Podcast Review: Accidental AI

What’s it called? Accidental AI Where’s the name from? The podcast is all about the technology of Artificial Intelligence.

A case for using digital technology

Around 90% of new technology has been produced within the last two years.

Hāpaitia was leadership in a crisis

Within hours of Cyclone Gabrielle making landfall, Hāpaitia, the Anglican Cyclone Gabrielle Response Group, exercised its leadership.

New Manukura for Hoani Tapu

A message of congratulations from the staff at Kurahautū: It is with mixed emotions that we announce that our Director, The Venerable Dr Hirini Kaa, has been appointed as the...

Kurahautū Podcast Breakdown: This Land

What’s it called? This Land Where’s the name from? The United States government has attempted to contain the sovereignty of Native American people through the creation of reservations.

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