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John is a Senior Researcher and Co-Leader of the Resilient Organisations Research Programme based at the University of Canterbury. His interests focus on building organisational resilience in the face of systemic insecurity in a complex and interconnected world.
Tracy is a Senior Research Consultant with the Resilient Organisations research group. With a background working in business and an MBA from Canterbury, Tracy combines organisational experience with the results of quality research to provide practical actions that support organisations in building resilience.
Annie has worked in tertiary education, financial Services, media and consulting for more than 23 years in NZ and the UK with a focus on adult learning and leadership. Annie is currently delivering the Not For Profit Leadership programme and various leadership programmes for clients that include Wellington City Council and Kiwibank.
DK is a license-holder and producer of TEDxWellington as well as the activation manager at BizDojo running Collider, curating events that aim to support and grow Wellington’s tech, digital and creative industries. DK is a strategic advisor and mentor for the Digital Marketing Academy, using social media to improve businesses, organisations and individuals.
John is the architect of Strategic Pay’s performance improvement methodology, PLUS+, which he has mastered over the past 20 years. He has applied these methodologies in over 200 organisations in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific spanning both the public and private sectors. John has lead several CEO sponsored large scale transformation programs from diagnosis through to implementation.
Moya Sayer-Jones, the Story Activist, is one of Australasia’s leading story thinkers. She works creatively with organisations who are doing great things, to use their stories to do more. And be even greater. Moya is unabashedly confident about what we can achieve: she is undeterred by small budgets, strained capacity, daunting change or conventional thinking.
Graham Allcott is the author of the global best-seller, “How to be a Productivity Ninja” and the founder of Think Productive, a personal productivity training and consultancy provider. His recently launched podcast “Beyond Busy” explores the issues of productivity, work/life balance and how people define happiness in their lives.
Andy Fryar is the Founder of OzVPM – a resource, consultancy and training resource specialising in volunteerism in the Australasian region. Andy works as the Australasian Operations Manager for Better Impact, a company that distributes volunteer management software throughout the region.
A proud Southern resident, Jo has held the Rangitata electorate seat since 2008. Within her ministerial portfolios, Jo is focused on New Zealand’s reputation as a trusted supplier of safe and suitable food, the growth of New Zealand’s engineered timber industry, and the promotion of social enterprise among the business sector.