Well it's five weeks on, and the country has survived level 4 Rahui; is tolerating level 3 Rahui; and is bracing, anticipating and chomping at the bit to have some freedom restored and be at level 2. While I sit here thinking to myself, "Taihoa! What's the rush?; let's not be in such a hurry … Continue reading Looking toward the end of Rahui: Preparing for our new usual
Well it is 'interesting' times we are living in at present! Although I have three draft blogs on the go, waiting to be finished, it seems appropriate to put them aside and write this one instead. As I type this I am on my 6th day of working from home, having made the decision to … Continue reading A time of Rāhui – more pondering by Karen
Introducing the new member of the The Project Team: Rod Baxter Kia ora koutou! This is my first blog and it seems appropriate to begin with an introduction. As a Pākehā supervisor, I have needed to learn the art of of pepeha and mihimihi. Last year I learned something new and it caused a form … Continue reading Ko wai au? Reintroducing introductions
I've been contemplating the concept of cross cultural supervision, since re-reading an article on 'cultural supervision' by J. Elkington (A Kaupapa Māori supervision context – cultural and professional in The Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Journal; Issue 26(1), 2014)). I really appreciated the assertion in this article that all supervision is cultural, so therefore cultural … Continue reading Cross cultural supervision or is it just supervision?
Hurihia tō mata te rā kia taka te ātārangi ki muri i a koeTurn your face to the sun and the shadows will fall behind you As we journey into a new calendar year in Aotearoa New Zealand, I wonder what your 'vision' is for 2020. I've had a much needed relaxing break over the … Continue reading A vision for 2020