Are you leading a team that struggles to get good results when they engage with Māori stakeholders? Are you frustrated to be ending 2019 with poor cultural and social ROI given the company time and money spent? This is all too common. In fact, it’s hard to achieve solid results with Māori stakeholders because the research and knowledge about their preferences aren’t easily accessible.
Your mission should you choose to accept it, is to attend our one day VIP workshop in 2020 to get clarity on where the cultural competency gaps are in your organisation. You’ll learn about the five essential steps needed to improve your team’s responsiveness to Māori. We’ll also help you pinpoint trends, notice problems and identify opportunities you may have overlooked so that you can achieve better outcomes in 2020.
When you join our VIP day, we’ll roll up our sleeves together and work on creating a simple, tailored cultural competency strategy so you can transform your organisation and your Māori stakeholder relationships in 2020.
Even before you arrive you’ll experience early wins with our bonus self-study module to help you build momentum so you know exactly what your mission is and what you’re working toward. And you’ll have our support during that pre-coaching week to power through and get results.
During the VIP day we’ll walk you through a five-step framework for assessing, validating and designing a cultural competency strategy. We’ll focus on what your Māori stakeholders want to feel when they experience your product or service and why you’re not resonating with them. We’ll also use a specially designed Māori Cultural Competency Lean Canvas to get all your ideas, tactics and strategies on one page so you can use it as a blueprint for 2020.
After the VIP day ends, we’ll also follow up with a one-hour bonus post-coaching session to help you implement what you’ve learned and go deeper with your blueprint.
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