Vodafone New Zealand Team Building 2022
Date of Event: September 16, 2021
Vodafone New Zealand has made a concerted effort to instill Māori values throughout the company. One of the many active ways they have done this is by participating in one of the few modules available each year since 2018.
These modules have helped to increase the understanding and capabilities of both new and old personnel with regard to Māori Culture, created a stronger team and developed a stronger understanding of the importance of tikanga Māori. This has aided in the development of the large diverse family at Vodafone.
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The Haka Experience is honored to be a part of Vodafone’s efforts to expand their Te Ao Māori knowledge and experience. Here are some comments from some of the staff members who completed our team-building module.
‘Te Wehi Haka has enabled my team to step out of their comfort zone, it was a vehicle to engage on a different level, through culture and language, we’ve been able to reap the benefits of unity and solidarity.”
“Tapeta is so passionate for kapahaka and that passion comes across in the way he communicates. He is inclusive of all people and is really getting our culture out to the world. Ngā mihi aroha e te rangatira”
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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.
Our company Fonterra have introduced te Reo Māori and Māori protocols as part of our workplace which has added value to the company.”