Lotonui Iosefa and Sio Kihe La’a from the Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP), share some background on what led them to establish MPP’s first Women’s Network.
Workplace mindfulness consultant, author, speaker and leadership consultant, Kerene Strochnetter provides this article on mindfulness as a reminder to focus on our own wellbeing even in uncertain times.
All about this wonderful network, what they achieve and how to connect.
The upgraded Wāhi Whaioranga Wellness Suite is the result of a three-year journey and a huge milestone for MBIE’s Arahanga Wāhine Women’s Network.
We are a professional employee-led network working to create a step change that will enable all women in the public sector to achieve their potential.
Women are the majority of the 350,000-strong public sector workforce.
61%of the workforce
56.2%of senior managers
50%17 out of 34
Ethnic diversity is increasing in the public service
Māori, Pacifica and Asian women are under-represented at all levels of management
Increasing ethnic representation in management requires deliberate efforts and will take time.