Catching stories is a privilege but telling them is such a skill. It takes skills to hold peoples attention, imagination, emotions and connect in ways that go beyond words that are spoken.
On Wednesday 4th February, Teah was part of a fireside chat with the Mind Lab on Defining Authentic Value – one of the key topics on the programme Teah is on – Leading Change for Good postgrad certificate. Facilitator Saskia Verraes guides the kōrero with Teah, Martin King and Rachel Knight.
Sharing our stories is an important part of healing and giving back. I was humbled when asked to join the Te Maatanga Doctoral Network for Waikato-Tainui College for Research & Development. My doctoral journey was not the easiest but neither was my journey to get there. Without the love, encouragement and support of whānau, friendsContinue reading “Re-claiming by re-telling”
Teah. In Greek the mythological Thea (Teah) was Greek goddess of light and mother of the sun; moon and dawn. Hmmm I will take that. I am passionate in a gritty kind of way, a mix of passion and perseverance, about the continued advancement of Māori and Indigenous peoples, and see it as an honourContinue reading “Leadership for good.”
Im a coastie kid, who has a Pākehā māmā with hippie tendencies and an extremely hard working pāpā with coastie tendencies. I have two brothers, who I brought up as the older sister. I grew up around my both my sets of grandparents – they taught me where I came from and planted seeds. IContinue reading “What makes me beat?”