A Leadership NZ series in memory of Bishop Sir Paul Reeves, former Archbishop of the Anglican Church of New Zealand, and Governor-General.
Simon Moutter, sets out the case for business to become more responsive, more diverse, and more led by the heart. Audio
In the 2016 Reeves lecture, Maori activist and artist Tame Iti discusses the concept of mana and how it can be seen as a way of challenging authority. Audio
The promise and challenge of 2015 is the focus of this lecture by the Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme. Audio
In the 2014 Reeves Lecture, Dr Mary Quin, the inaugural CEO of Callaghan Innovation and the first New Zealand woman to graduate with an MBA from Harvard Business School, offers insights into what… Audio
Professor Richard Faull, director of the Centre for Brain Research at the University of Auckland, outlines the progress of brain research in this country by talking about his own career and the… Audio
In the first Reeves Lecture, the leading historian and anthropologist Dame Anne Salmond argues that it's time for New Zealand to forge a future based on co-operation and collaboration. Audio
Selina Tusitala-Marsh and Karam Meuli perform Selina Tusitala-Marsh's poem, from the 2012 Reeves Lecture, recorded at Holy Trinity Cathedral, in Auckland. Audio