Pakari Leadership promotes high performance for high functioning teams.
Self-care, high performance and greater confidence in who you are as a person enable you to experience obstacles and challenging situations in your life on your terms.
The more you practise our techniques, the more authentic you become in your leadership of self and those around you. With this authenticity comes an ease in your ability to relate your learnings with others, increasing your ability to positively influence those around you.
Before you can lead others, you first need to learn to effectively lead yourself. Basic self-leadership is the discipline of doing the right thing at the right time. Full self-leadership is the understanding that these are the building blocks for achieving the flow state from which the best results will come. We teach techniques that help you to consciously make the most of each day and situation and set your life in a direction that you choose.
- Understand high performance.
- Capitalise on opportunities.
- Learn to put others first.
- Increased self-awareness.
- Develop emotional intelligence.
- Be aware of your dominant paradigm.
- Develop a growth mindset.
- Increased resilience.
- Understand integrity.
3 - 5 Days
Day 1Focus: Alignment Dinner
Meet and greet group, includes briefing of the weeks activities. Platform laying for the culture needed to succeed. Introduction to the Seven Strands tool kit that underpins the entire Pakari journey and a preview of its application and how it is interwoven through all aspects of the experience.
Day 2Focus: Purpose
Day two's focus is on 'Purpose' using the backdrop of the Abel Tasman National Park particpants use application leadership skills and tools partnered with challenging outdoor leadership experiences to understand 'Purpose'.
Day 3Focus: Lead Self
Day three's focus is how to 'lead self' using the backdrop of the Abel Tasman National Park participants use application leadership skills and tools partnered with challenging outdoor leadership experiences to understand 'how to lead self'.
Day 4Focus: Lead others
Day four's focus is how to 'lead others' using the backdrop of the Abel Tasman National Park, participants use application leadership skills and tools partnered with challenging outdoor leadership experiences to understand 'how to lead others'.
Day 5Focus: Reflect and transfer
The final quest. The boat ride back along the coastline gives time to retrace our movements of the week, and reflect on quietly on our personal learnings before we arrive back at our Marahau accommodation for our celebration dinner. We debrief together before our final session where we take our learnings, transferring them into an active plan to use in our daily lives. This is where the real fun starts.
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“This was hands down one of the best learning experiences I have had. The skills and experiences I've learned and gained from it will be able to change the way I live, approach and think about my life.”
Keegan June 21
“I can really become the best version of myself using the tools they have taught us, and I can see how it can affect my life and those around me in a positive way. This course is a life changer.”
Handro June 21
“An experience that helps you grow and gain more control over your life. A great chance to give your mind a break and take away many of the stressors in our lives. I now have tools for my future.”
Luke June 21
“One of the best experiences I have had with a group of instructors who are passionate and want others to be able to learn and takeaway tools to help with their everyday life.”
Will June 21
“The way the instructors delivered their knowledge and brought discussion in to a comfortable, safe yet personally challenging environment was beyond expectation. It provided an opportunity to learn and practice the tools they introduced.”
Mitchell June 21
“The pakari experience was one of the best weeks of my life. I have come closer to people in the last 5 days than I have over the last two years. I often found myself on the beach alone, looking at the views and just breathing.”
Issac June 21