E tū Tāngata - Tackling tall poppy syndrome to transform communities
Our last Wellbeing Activator event for 2020 will showcase the awesome E tū Tāngata initiative which is committed to ‘Tackling tall poppy syndrome to transform communities.’
E Tū Tāngata provides a framework for leadership within your school. As a school or education provider you will already have underlying values and core beliefs that are foundational to how your community functions. E Tū Tāngata has been developed to support and plug into your current school values, strengthening what is already established and creating a culture shift that starts with the individual and then traverses through to the wider group.
In this session we will unpack a range of interactive multimedia tools to promote awareness and conversations within your classes and staff rooms. Simon Moriarty, Tumuaki of Rolleston School will outline the way this initiative has been fully adopted this across all aspects of the school and the impact this has had on the whole community
“E Tū Tāngata has been transformational in the way we approach wellbeing and relationships at Te Ahi Kaikōmako, Rolleston School.
E Tū Tāngata has given our school values new purpose as we focus on growing a shared mindset within our community where "You Have Value", We Succeed Together" and "Others Matter" underpin everything we do."
As always, the Wellbeing Activator is about connecting and collaborating to enhance wellbeing in Ōtautahi.