Inbox: Emerging leaders given helping hand

This year’s NZIM Foundation Scholarships winners are all from the South Island. They travelled to Sydney last month to attend the Australian Human Resources International Convention. They also spent day with international leadership guru Wilf Jarvis and another day visiting leading companies in Sydney for boardroom briefings by iconic New Zealanders who have succeeded in Australia.
The NZIM Foundation exists to develop New Zealand management and leadership through scholarships and study programmes that provide practical learning experience which benefits participants individually and the country as whole. The Foundation is administered by board of trustees selected from senior fellows of the Institute.
Financial support comes from donations from NZIM members and business people who support the Foundation’s aims and activities.

The winners this year are:
Gray Crawford – manager of social services Christchurch City Mission.
Rebecca Lee – operation team manager, St John Blenheim, crown entity emergency service providing education and risk management within the community.
Danette Olsen – group manager aquaculture and biotechnology with the Cawthron Institute in Nelson.

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