Learner Case Study: Hine Henawairea

October 12th, 2017

Hine Henawairea, a Diploma in Management Level 5 graduate, shares her experience on how studying with IMNZ has impacted her life. Hine works for the Auckland City Council in Finance in the Strategic Portfolio and Programme Office. She originally started studying for her diploma through her previous employer ASB Bank. ASB partnered with Te Puni […]


In Company Learning Solutions – G.J. Gardner Homes

October 11th, 2017

Ellie Porteous, a Master Franchisee with G.J. Gardner Homes shares her experience on the impact that training with IMNZ has had on her people. G.J. Gardner Homes has recently again been named New Zealand’s Most Trusted Home Builders by Readers Digest and the company boasts a training partnership with IMNZ that goes back to 2014. […]


Learner Case Study: Nicola Marii

October 11th, 2017

Nicola Marii, a Construction Supervisor at GJ. Gardner Homes committed to a Diploma in Management Level 5 through her company, because she wanted to improve her knowledge base and widen her understanding of all areas of business. What she likes best about studying with IMNZ is the flexibility. Training is broken down into two one-day […]


Learner Case Study: Bill Akuhata

September 29th, 2017

Bill Akuhata , a Diploma in Management Level 5 graduate, shares his experience on how studying with IMNZ has impacted his life. Motivated by a desire to have a formal qualification to complement his role as Environmental Manager for Fonterra Reporoa, Bill set out on a journey of self-discovery and learning. What stood out most […]


In Company Learning Solutions – Calibre Group

September 13th, 2017

We’ve seen first-hand the impact that high-quality training can have on a business. You can read about the work we’ve done for just a few of our clients below.   Calibre Group Leisha Holliday on behalf of Calibre Group shares her experiences on working with IMNZ and the impact training has had on her organisation. […]



August 27th, 2017

Michael Lewis, NZ Post – WINNER Michael Lewis has been with New Zealand Post for 13 years in various roles, including being a postie for a week. It is this long standing dedication and commitment to New Zealand Post that has seen the northern operations manager win the Deloitte Top 200 young executive of the […]



August 22nd, 2017

James Bergin, ASB Bank – WINNER Judges notes: “James is a very articulate, clear thinker with a broad range of skills. He’s an impressive young leader who transcends a wide skillset and is an excellent communicator. He is people and customer oriented, has the potential to grow and is a professional community contributor.” James Bergin […]


Dawn of a New Era of Leadership

August 1st, 2017

4 Critical Competencies for Tomorrow’s Leaders Today  At the beginning of the century, Ray Kurzweil, Futurist and Chief Engineer at Google, predicted that 20,000 years of progress would be crammed into the next 100 years. Since then progress has accelerated even faster than anyone thought possible. Tremendous social, political, economic and environmental forces have radically reshaped […]


The Future of Work and what it means to me

July 25th, 2017

Whether we like it or not we are now entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution. There is heaps of discussion and speculation going on, even about the future of work itself. What will tomorrow and the day after that look like in our work places? What will the robots will be doing?  Where will the humans […]


Developing the Leadership Capability of our Entrepreneurs

June 30th, 2017

Useful, thought provoking and practical.  These are three key insights that recent graduate Mark Rocket has taken away from his studies in the IMNZ ACCELERATE Leadership Programme. In February 2017 Mark was enrolled in the ACCELERATE Leadership programme which is aimed at leaders who what to achieve the next level of success in leading individuals, […]


Workplace Incivility

June 23rd, 2017

Got out on the wrong side of the bed? The saying comes down to us from ancient Rome where it was generally accepted that care needed to be taken to get out of bed on the right side, as the left side was considered unlucky.  Today we use it to describe someone who is acting […]


Building my leadership bench-strength through coaching

June 6th, 2017

I read the other day about the demise of the phrase “work, life balance”. Now it’s just “life”. We only have one each, and I am keen to make the most of mine. As this is our annual leadership issue – I would like to tell you what I am doing to increase my own […]