Fisher & Paykel Cultural Competency 2021
Date of Event: April 1, 2021
Fisher & Paykel employees engaging in Cultural Competency.
The Haka Experience delivered a series of modules to the team at Fisher & Paykel in 2021 advancing their knowledge of the local history and tikanga. Personalizing their experience with The Haka Experience enabling the company to move forward and invest in their cultural acknowledgment, their cultural capabilities and their knowledge of the Māori community in Tamaki Makaurau.
The Haka Experience has started a powerful journey with the team at Fisher & Paykel to further their development of Cultural Competency. 3 months we’ve had the pleasure of working alongside Fisher and Paykel Healthcare who in the last few sessions learnt a new haka to support future company development.
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Feedback from the team at Fisher & Paykel
The feedback from the Senior Leadership team speaks for itself.
“I just wanted to thank you both for helping to deliver to Fisher and Paykel Healthcare an amazing foundation for us to further our “cultural competency”.
We have much to further develop and I hope that you will be gracious to allow us to have further conversations with you to understand what future opportunities we can develop together.”
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“I wanted to take this time to properly connect, the USANA family felt the aroha that’s for sure and that’s exactly what I had hoped for too! Some cried, many got emotional and some blown away literally!
The emotions that were spoken forward were a connection hundreds if not all, hadn’t felt in a very long time and ignited a ripple effect of hope and a sense of belonging too! Thank you very much.”
USANA Health Sciences (NZ) Corporation
“This journey has been an incredible experience and highlighted the unique power of haka to bring us closer together, broaden our understanding of mātauranga and the beauty of te Reo Maori.”
Nic Smith - Head of the Faculty of Engineering
University of Auckland
“You guys have been awesome. The way that you've brought Māori culture to Shanghai is a credit to Te Wehi Haka. The use of Māori culture internationally is powerful, especially in Shanghai.
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