During the first event, attendees were invited to write or draw their inspiration from the event. These creations were collected and used to create the quilt seen above.
Below are a few selected talks given at previous events.
Chellie Spiller bridges the gap between the ancient Polynesian art of Wayfinding and modern theories of leadership.
Zaheer Ali spoke about how Agile processes can be adapted to any organizational system (beyond tech) and even in our personal lives.
Chris illustrates the unseen connections between the things you can see. Is the world around us really as simple as it first appears?
Specializing in organizational behaviour, Napier native Lani Morris then present the Map of Meaning: a visualization to help us create work worth doing, a life worth living, and organisations worth having.
Both the 2018 & 2019 events began with a Haka Powhiri from Kahurangi in Hastings.
David Trubridge wrapped up the 2018 event with a deeper look at how the ancient arts can inform our modern cultures.