Hopes for Disability Employment Post Pandemic

Hopes for Disability Employment Post Pandemic

Disability advocates hope businesses will now be better placed to employ disabled people because of changes brought about by Covid-19. They say more flexibility with hours and working from home will help people with physical and mental challenges to be a part of the...
Leading into Possibility

Leading into Possibility

I’m privileged to have been part of this historical event where Alumni from all 10 years of the Be. Leadership program came together via Zoom for a 2-day Leading into Possibility conversation about a model of leadership fit for the future that is coming at us,...
A More Inclusive Society Post Covid-19

A More Inclusive Society Post Covid-19

Lisa Oakley, Blind Low Vision NZ General Manager of People and Culture, has penned a thoughtful piece on what she hopes future workplaces will look like in a post-Covid-19 world – especially for people with disabilities. Read more…
A different headspace: Six People on Being Neurodivergent During Lockdown

A different headspace: Six People on Being Neurodivergent During Lockdown

Living with a differently-wired brain is challenging at the best of times – never mind in the midst of a global pandemic. Erin Kavanagh–Hall chats with six neurodivergent New Zealanders who share the obstacles they’ve overcome during the Covid-19 lockdown. Read the...