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Podcast Beyond Consultation
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Kia ora (hello) and welcome to the Beyond Consultation Podcast. This is the podcast to help you do more than just tick the box of consultation. You'll hear s... More
Kia ora (hello) and welcome to the Beyond Consultation Podcast. This is the podcast to help you do more than just tick the box of consultation. You'll hear s... More

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  • Ep 66 - Grow your Cultural Quotient with Pasifika Governance Expert Mele Wendt
    Introducing Mele Wendt Most of us have heard about IQ (your intellectual quotient), and some of us have heard about EQ (your emotional quotient). But what do you know about your CQ - your cultural quotient? In a world of diverse ethnicities and cultures, it's time to grow your cultural awareness. In today's episode, Mele Wendt graciously gives us some tough love and unpacks some Pasifika concepts of governance and collaboration. Her whakapapa roots back to Samoa, and so her perspective comes through a Samoan lens. Mele shares with us how the Samoan governance system is so different, yet so similar to Western governance systems. And she challenges us to stop lumping "the Pasifika community" together as one, and instead get out there and learn about the rich cultural diversity and needs of Pasifika communities before we engage. In today's episode you'll learn: What is CQ and how can you grow yours How Samoan governance is similar to Western governance (and how you can embrace that when working with Pasifika peoples) Some hard-hitting practical tips for engaging with Pasifika communities. Resources mentioned in this episode: The Learning Lab Connect with Mele on Linkedin. Sign up for the Beyond Consultation newsletter Sign up for our monthly newsletter and get powerful insights to help your organisation better serve communities. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondconsultation/message
    3/05/2023
    49:34
  • Ep 65 - The Science of Listening with Dr. Emily Beausoleil
    Introducing Dr Emily Beausoleil  In today’s episode, Dr Emily Beausoleil asks a fundamental question: How do we make it easier for people in advantaged positions to listen effectively? Because let's face it. In today's society, listening is the poor cousin to talking. We face immense challenges in building the capacity for better listening in our institutions, our online spaces and our everyday interactions. Emily's work explores the conditions, challenges, and possibilities of democratic engagement in diverse societies. Born and raised in Canada, Emily is aware of her own privilege and curious about her place in Aotearoa New Zealand. In this epsiode, we explore listening in Aotearoa's context - how can we learn from, and listen to, our tangata, our people, when engaging with different organisations? How can we make sure we have an awareness of their history, culture, structure and location - all in hopes of deeper understanding? In today's episode you'll learn: What research tells us about how to enable (or disable) good listening How can we listen more intentionally, in hopes of gaining a deeper understanding. How to navigate your own privilege (or challenge) in different contexts. Resources mentioned in this episode: The Learning Lab Connect with Dr Emily Beausoleil through Victoria University Connect with Dr Emily Beausoleil on Linkedin Tauiwi Tautoko - an online programme to grow your capacity to change the narrative when encountering racism or hatred online Sign up for the Movement Makers newsletter Sign up for our monthly newsletter and get insights, tools and powerful whakaaro from people transforming the collaboration space. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondconsultation/message
    6/04/2023
    50:14
  • Ep 64 - How to Treat Your Brown Staff (And How Not To), with Ivan Tava
    Introducing Ivan Tava “It’s about the process, not just the outcome. It's the journey, not just the goal.”    Ivan Tava grew up in the South Island - Te Waipounamu - and that experience has really shaped him. He continues to serve the people of Te Waipounamu today. In the daytime, he leads the development of PWC's consulting team. At night and during the weekends, he puts his energy into serving his people as part of the Pacific Data Sovereignty Network. In today’s episode, he takes us on a journey through his cultural roots to help you understand how to better serve Māori and Pasifika whānau. Ivan has some hard-hitting messages about how you treat your brown staff within your own organisation. If you cannot connect with your brown staff, you will not connect with their communities. In today's episode you'll learn: How to connect with your Māori and Pasifika staff (and how not to treat them!)  What to do with your privileged position to support the aspirations of your Māori and Pasifika staff How to honour the sovereignty of data about Pacific peoples.  Resources mentioned in this episode: Connect with Ivan on Linkedin. Sign up for the Movement Makers newsletter Sign up for our monthly newsletter and get insights, tools and powerful whakaaro from people transforming the collaboration space. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondconsultation/message
    9/03/2023
    47:25
  • Ep 63 - Community-level engagement practice with Kelsey Taimaiporea
    Introducing Kelsey Taimaiporea Three Waters. We've all heard about it, most of us have seen a "stop Three Waters" billboard somewhere in Aotearoa. But what does it really involve? How does the Three Waters initiative impact Māori?  Today we talk to Kelsey Taimaiporea, Three Waters Engagement Lead at New Plymouth District Council. A large part of Kelsey's role is to engage meaningfully with Iwi to navigate tapu (sacred) sites and the significant impact of these changes.  Engaging Māori communities means visiting the marae, listening to their stories and drinking a thousand cups of tea to truly understand the tangata whenua that are being impacted.   In today's episode you'll learn: Three Waters - we've all heard about it but what is it? How Three Waters impacts Iwi in Aotearoa  The significance of engaging meaningfully with those communities most impacted by these changes  Resources mentioned in this episode: Three Waters NPDC. Connect with Kelsey on Linkedin. Sign up for the Movement Makers newsletter Sign up to our monthly newsletter and get the insights, tools and powerful whakaaro from people transforming the collaboration space. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondconsultation/message
    8/02/2023
    46:28
  • "Local government is basically 78 governments" - Throwback to Ep 7 with Mike Reid
    Introducing Mike Reid Today is our fourth of our series of Throwback episodes, and this one takes us way back to Ep 7! The perfect bite-sized episode for easy listening - Mike Reid discusses the unique diversity emerging in local government now, and how there is so much space to enable even more community-led decisions and consultations.  Mike Reid leads an incredibly powerful project with Local Government NZ, the Localism Project. Reinvigorating local democracy is at the heart of the Localism Project, by supporting local councils and communities to make decisions that affect them.  In today’s episode you’ll learn about: The positive changes in council diversity over the last few decades (which may surprise you).  How important it is to use the right language when consulting with communities and councils.  Why it's important to allow space for more community-led decisions and consultations.  Resources mentioned on the show Localism NZ website Full Episode 7 with Mike Reid.  Sign up for the Movement Makers newsletter Sign up to our fortnightly newsletter and get the insights, tools and powerful whakaaro from people transforming the collaboration space. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondconsultation/message
    24/01/2023
    10:35

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Kia ora (hello) and welcome to the Beyond Consultation Podcast. This is the podcast to help you do more than just tick the box of consultation. You'll hear stories of people working together on challenges that no one person or organisation can address on its own. You'll hear about the mindsets, the methods, the failures, and the lessons learned - all with the goal of increasing the collective impact you're making in your work.
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