Māori and Pacific Cultural Intelligence Programme Launches

Press Release – Brown Pages

If youve had problems connecting with Mori or Pacific staff, employers or clients; if youve made an embarrassing cultural faux pas thats held you back; or youre struggling to build relationships with Mori or Pacific communities Brown Pages …14 December 2017
Māori and Pacific Cultural Intelligence Programme Launches Online

Sales are now open for the Brown Pages Māori and Pacific cultural intelligence online programme http://academy.brownpages.com.

If you’ve had problems connecting with Māori or Pacific staff, employers or clients; if you’ve made an embarrassing cultural faux pas that’s held you back; or you’re struggling to build relationships with Māori or Pacific communities – Brown Pages can help.

The five-week cultural intelligence programme has been developed by Brown Pages coach Iulia Leilua to help leaders understand Māori and Pacific audiences, strategise and take positive engage.

“The programme is for people who want to lead more authentically and powerfully across Māori and Pacific stakeholders in 2018,” says Ms Leilua. “These people understand that because of NZ’s changing demographics, it’s not ‘business as usual’ anymore.”

Enrolments and a special introductory price for the programme close on Monday 18th December at midnight at http://academy.brownpages.com. The programme includes:

Lifetime access to content based on a proven CQ system developed by global thought leaders
Five modules covering Māori and Pacific engagement in local government, policy, diversity and inclusion, human resources and more
Three live webinars and Q & A sessions, 12 case studies and 10+ hours of audio & video insights
The opportunity to learn in a collaborative, relaxed, non-judgemental environment
A half hour free consultation call with Brown Pages coach Iulia Leilua
Bonuses and discounts on a range of other cultural intelligence products, services and events.

“By the end of the five weeks, people will have a better idea of how Māori and Pacific cultural intelligence can be nurtured so their business or workplace is more productive,” says Leilua. “It can also help them have more meaningful dialogue and understand what Māori and Pacific people are thinking right now at governance, operational, frontline and community levels.”

Enrolments and more information can be found at http://academy.brownpages.com.

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