July Te Wānanga Kaimahi | Staff Forum – update

We’re looking forward to Te Wānanga Kaimahi | Staff Forum this Thursday 8 July. It’s in your calendar, but please accept the meeting to help us with catering. We’re back in C1 this time with refreshments in the foyer.

Programme:

  • Tumu Tuarua Akoranga | Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic Professor Catherine Moran will talk about the Student Success Programme.
  • Amorangi Pūkaha | Pro-Vice Chancellor College of Engineering Professor Jan Evans-Freeman will update us on the progress of the sustainability strategy.
  • Tumu Whakarae | Vice-Chancellor Professor Cheryl de la Rey will update us
  • Q&A session 

Plastic Free July:

To support Plastic Free July, University of Canterbury’s sustainability aspirations, and our value of tiakitanga – enhancing and nurturing our resources – all catering is plastic free. Please bring your own cup, or we will have biodegradable cups available.

Refreshments and networking:

Late morning tea paramanawa | refreshments will be served in the C Block Foyer at 11.30am after the programme concludes. This is a chance to catch up with colleagues from other parts of the university, build your network and your whanaungatanga – valuing people and their differences.

People and Culture are hosting and will be on hand to tell you more about our wellbeing app Mentemia.

How to ask questions:

Tumu Whakarae | Vice-Chancellor Professor Cheryl de la Rey will address the key themes from sli.do questions at the forum. You can also ask questions in person at the event during the Q&A session. You can submit questions before the event if you cannot attend or if you just prefer to ask questions online.

Any questions not answered on the day will be answered later on the Intranet and the link will be shared with you in Tū ki te tahi. 

To access sli.do, go to slido.com, code: staffforum

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6 thoughts on “July Te Wānanga Kaimahi | Staff Forum – update”

  1. Please could you confirm that there will be time for the slido question this time. There is a significant depth of feeling being expressed that shouldn’t be ignored

  2. I’m not sure that truly answers my question. Will the questions actually be answered? Addressing the key themes is not the same thing as answering the specifics of the questions.

    1. Any questions not answered on the day will be answered later on the Intranet and the link will be shared with you in Tū ki te tahi.

      1. Please put an answer to all questions on the blog. A general talk about ‘change’ doesn’t answer the specifics

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