Network members invest a lot of passion, time, energy and resources into organising and running events for their people. GWN thanks everyone involved – organisers, speakers, audiences and their respective agencies.
We encourage networks to share information about the events that have been held. This means information about the event is not lost and it can help to inspire others beyond the bounds of your own network. Sharing information about your event can introduce new ideas for other networks such as: new topics, formats for events, speakers, resources, use of technology, and can highlight future collaboration opportunities between agencies.
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SGWN celebrated International Women's Day this year with a warm and welcoming kai and korero.
A great start to our Workshop Series with an engaging presentation from HR Specialist and Psychologist John Eatwell.
On 25 February 2019, 26 AGWN members attended a unique event hosted by the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) in conjunction with the Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN) and AGWN.
Second-Officer Hannah Mallard and Second-Officer Louise Persson from Air New Zealand join AGWN as guest speakers for AGWN's final event for 2018.
Diane Maxwell, New Zealand’s Retirement Commissioner and leader of the Commission for Financial Capability, spoke to the Ministry of Justice's women's network about building the financial capability of New Zealanders of all ages.
On Thursday 31 May, 71 women and men from 16 government agencies arrived at Customhouse in Christchurch to celebrate the launch of the Southern Government Women’s Network (SGWN).
Wellington City Council’s, Women Working for Wellington (W3) network hosted a lunchtime panel discussion on 'Taking Control of your Career' on 31 May.
After some staff movements within the Ministry of Transport's women's network, members sought to revitalise GWN@MoT. This relaunch event was intended to let new and existing staff know about the existence and purpose of the MoT women’s network.