Invite Herewini to customise a program to meet the specific training needs of  your organization in the area of leadership; enhancing program content; program delivery strategies; building in-house cultures of trust; mentoring; cultural supervision; cultural responsiveness; cultural competency programs; or to facilitate seminar for your organization on any of the below listed subject matter....

Whakakaha Te Whanau:

  • Husband and wife, love, respect and communication 

  • Whanau leadership, roles and responsibilities

  • Verbal and body language communications

  • Puberty and teenage pregnancy

  • Holistic growth

  • Space, support and quality time

  • Family counsels for positive direction

  • Addressing addictions....

  • Setting examples

  • Family traditions and building identity 

  • Traditional family 

Whakamomori, Kohuru (Suicide):

  • Ancestral suicide

  • Mate Mauri/Wairua – spiritual sickness

  • Cluster suicides

  • The sign posts

  • Prevention strategies

  • Understanding holistically

  • The ripple impact... 

  • Addiction impact

  • Education pressure..

  • Whakama - Shame, failure, hopelessness

  • Loss of identity and self esteem

  • Youth decision making 

  • Unstable family environments 

  • Molestation, shame and anxiety 

  • Abuse: verbal, physical, sexual and mental

 

 

Nga Tikanga Maori, Nga Pehipehi:                          (True values and principles)

  • Defining tikanga

  • Tikanga puku - hidden but visible

  • See, hear, feel, understand and apply

  • Creating new patterns from old patterns

  • Ma Te Wairua Ka Mohio - undertanding

  • The foundation of leadership

  • Ka Takahia Ka Mate Koe - ignorance has results

  • Nga papa pounamu - sacred stones

 

Te Whenua:

  • Nga Tapa Rima

  • Te Maunga, Te Awa, Te Marae

  • Nga Ahikaa

  • Nga Urupa

  • Te Wai

  • Te Ngahere

 

Te Wharenui:

  • The house has a voice 

  • 14 taumata of knowledge

  • I am the house

  • Messages that inspire change

  • The construction pattern has a meaning meaning, principle and purpose...

  • A powerful influences on decision....

  • Individual and whanau protection and education

  • The two paths - decisions determine destiny.

  • 15 hidden points of Tinorangatiratanga.

  • The three pouora - defining tikanga.

 

Te Powhiri, Te Whakatau:

  • The perfect protection plan

  • Te Karanga, Te Whaikorero, Te Waiata, Te Porowhita

  • Mana Tane and Mana Wahine relationships...

  • The welcome - the graphic message

  • Kia hiwa ra…the why..the now

  • The karanga - the message

  • The Taumata, Te Pae Tapu the sacred seat - 

  • The Taumata structure........

  • The six arai/kauwhanga (spiritual barriers) the purpose

 

 

Take my hand I can help you...

Waka - Whakapapa – Te Whanau:

  • Kaihautu tatai whakapapa...

  • Tua Tangata – Polynesian genealogical ties - understanding - whanau connections

  • Intertribal blood ties 

  • Nga Matai Waka Aranui - leadership structure 

  • The Waka - Life patterns

  • Whakapaparanga - whanau structure - recovery...

 

 

Te TaMoko:

  • Te Mana Taumata Tupuna - leadership...

  • A written language the meaning

  • The knowledge an ancient diploma

  • Obtaining one?

  • The Mokomokai the head trade

  • Learn before you tamper with an old world; the dangers

  • Nga kete

 

Nga Kura Wananga Ko Te Aka Ki Te Rangi (Education):

  • Ancient Wananga in Polynesia

  • Kura Wananga in Aotearoa; diverse education 

  • Knowledge taught and structure

  • Tikanga puku - chants, waiata...

  • Nga Tohunga taumata – levels

  • Tuakiritanga 23 points of identity

  • Kia Tawhia - 14 points of learning....

  • Io Te Matua - Importance, place and standing

  • Nga Mea Tapu E Whitu O Io Matangaro

 

Mana Wahine, Mana Tane:                                   (The prestige and sacredness of woman and man)

  • Kurawaka - red earth

  • Te Tataia o Puhi Ariki the sacred gifts of procreation 

  • Te Manawa o Te Whenua - the heart of the earth.

  • Te Manawa o Te Rangi - heart of the heavens. The four tapu components 

  • Kurawaka ki te wheiao - existence.

  • Te taumata, te karanga, te maunga, te awa, te taiao mete Tikitiki O Rangi all connected...... 

  • Te Waitai, Te Wai Ahuru, Te Waitapu, Te Waiora all connected.

  • The three pouora defining tikanga.

 

 

Gangs, Recruiting, Stand Overs and Bullying:

  • The first signs

  • How they operate

  • Gang culture 

  • The forces involved

  • Gang mind maps

  • How and where they started

  • Parents one key to stopping them

  • Gangs in families, schools, the community and prisons

  • The recruitment

  • Putting stops in place

  • Breaking the cycle

 

Crime and Substance Addiction:

  • From beginning to end

  • Patterns, triggers

  • Peer pressure

  • Putting the stops in place

  • Interventions that will work

  • Walking with two masks

  • Walking on a bend

  • Chronic offending and addictions

  • Spiritual influences

  • Parent awareness

 

Hau-ora - Te Atamai - Te Tihoka - Te Wai Tapu - Nga Rua:

  • Diet, nutrition, exercise

  • Principles and value

  • Discipline, focus and enjoyment

  • Rest, work, study, family and exercise

  • Putting patterns into place that become habits

  • Learning how to say no

 

Te Tumuaki - Te Kaitataki - Leadership:

  • Collaboration

  • Effective Communication

  • Spreading the load

  • Transparency

  • Dealing with Fatal Flaws

  • Measuring the effectiveness of your leadership

  • Developing others

  • Family, work and personal lives – The Balance

  • Example

  • Listening

  • The small voice

  • Giving direction and following-up

  • Effective and defective patterns

  • The "rebuke and encourage" strategy

  • Focusing on the key stone

  • Avoiding triangulation

  • Standing for something