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Institute of Directors NZ
Cocktail Function with guest speaker John Mendzela

Date: 3 April 2014
Venue: Trailways, Trafalgar Street, Nelson
Topic: Survive and Thrive in the Post-GFC World

John Mendzela recently returned to New Zealand after four years of independent global consulting in governance and management with institutions at the heart of the GFC.John’s unique and world-leading work  in central bank governance and management is globally recognized. John has worked for a wide range of private, listed and cooperative companies and diverse industry bodies in New Zealand, Australia and Asia/Pacific. His roles include company chairman, independent director, adviser, consultant, general manager and project leader. His work with over 20 central banks around the world gives John a “view from the bridge” of the global economy, with in-depth knowledge of economics, financial markets and regulation.John’s presentation will give members an overview of global economic change and its implications for New Zealand businesses, as well as helping them develop practical and sustainable strategic business responses.

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Institute of Directors NZ
Lunch Function with guest speaker Peter Williams

Date: 15 May 2014
Venue: Trailways, Trafalgar Street, Nelson
Topic: Media and business, the business of media

Well known broadcaster, Peter Williams, will share his reflections on how relationships between business and media have evolved and today’s challenges associated with a tighter disclosure regime, yet higher public expectations for information.

Observations will also be made on the challenges of directors (and sports personalities) maintaining engagement with the media, in a relationship that is effective both during the “bad news” times and the good.

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