Tāmata - Cultivate

Four-hour sessions exploring different leadership capabilities.

About the workshops

These short sessions aim to introduce skills that can be used in an everyday leadership context. Tāmata is a Māori word meaning to cultivate or ‘work the soil’, in a leadership context this means putting time and energy into growing your awareness and strengths.

These workshops are free and open to all current University of Auckland undergraduate and postgraduate students. 

Upcoming workshops

Peak productivity

Empower yourself to be more productive and identify bad time management habits.

Thursday 9 August, 1.30-5.30pm, Maclaurin Chapel, City Campus

Building effective relationships

Learn to build effective relationships by understand different communication styles and explore techniques that can be applied to improve challenging relationship.

Thursday 13 September, 1.30-5.30pm, Maclaurin Chapel, City Campus

Influencing and collaborating workshop

Explore a variety of techniques to enhance your ability to positively influence and collaborate with others.

Thursday 11 October, 1.30- 5.30pm, Maclaurin Chapel, City Campus

Need help?

For more information about student leadership, please contact:

Jack Swannell | Campus Life
Phone: +64 9 923 7581 ext 87581
Email: studentleadership@auckland.ac.nz