The pandemic has highlighted the need for services delivered by local and central government to be in sync if they are to be effective in the community.

Too often we have seen confusion and delays if there is no coordination between local and central service delivery. Improving this collaboration can strengthen wellbeing in communities.

This webinar looks at how wellbeing can be improved when we harness resources and collaborate effectively to sustain resilience and wellbeing in our communities.

  • 250.00 (plus GST) Members
  • 250.00 (plus GST) Non Members
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About this event

This webinar, scheduled by popular demand, covers the way local and central government can work better together to effectively deliver wellbeing to our communities.

We focus on the areas covered in the Productivity Commission reports, and why working in silos won’t get the job done. We outline some innovative and different approaches to working in partnerships.

Our speakers include:

  • Dr Ganesh Nana, Chair, NZ Productivity Commission, Te Kohimana Whai Hua o Aotearoa
  • Clive Elliott, QC – Barrister, Shortland Chambers – Author of The Power of Wellbeing
  • Harvey Brookes, CEO Waikato Wellbeing Project.

Who should attend?

Chief executives, executive teams, and strategy and policy members.

Please note this event will be delivered online and is for council staff only.

$250 + GST per council.

Please register one ticket for your council on the Taituarā website. Leading up to the event, a Zoom link will be sent to you, to register on Zoom before attending.

This can then be forwarded to anyone in your council who would like to attend.

Note: this event is being recorded and will be made available to registrants 7-10 days after event completion.


Dr Ganesh Nana
Chair of the Productivity Commission Te Kōmihana Whai Hui o Aotearoa, Read Profile
Clive Elliott
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Harvey Brookes
Executive Director of the Waikato Wellbeing Project Read Profile