Recovery Leadership Intensive

Strengthen your disaster recovery leadership ready for whatever may come
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Join this game-changing disaster recovery leadership summer intensive to expand your leadership toolbox and connect with recovery professionals from across Australasia.

Hosted by pioneering disaster recovery leaders Elizabeth McNaughton and Jolie Wills from Hummingly, facilitated by Kaz McGrath, along with world-class guest experts on leadership, policy and business recovery.

“Hummingly offer advice from disaster recovery professionals who have ‘been there’, many times over. Their cards help you learn how to cope, how to plan, how to laugh, and how to cry; without beating yourself up.”

MARY COMERIO, PROFESSOR OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL, U.C. BERKELEY

Objectives

  1. Benefit from leadership insights from interviews with 100+ disaster recovery leaders around the world
  2. Understand the complexity of working in a rapidly changing environment to respond well to the challenges and opportunities you can expect to encounter. 
  3. Gain confidence and strategies to lead well in the disaster recovery context
  4. Build the knowledge to support communities to recover from disaster while continuing to operate well individually and collectively through prolonged stress and uncertainty
  5. Explore the typical patterns, impacts and strategies for recovery from disaster and mass disruption

Topics 

  • Explore the specific challenges of disaster recovery leadership  
  • Dive deep into the recovery process as experienced by communities 
  • Understand the role of secondary stress from the individual to the systemic level
  • Design your part of the recovery system to retain compassion 
  • Tackle tough recovery policy questions 
  • Sustain leadership and supporting a team through prolonged stress
  • Take the opportunity to ask burning questions of the facilitators, guest experts and course participants.

Specific outputs

  • A personalised list of anchoring questions to guide each participant’s recovery leadership
  • A personalised wellbeing, resilience and performance plan to help prevent burnout and sustain leadership
  • A takeaway list of evidence-informed recovery guidance resources and two practical tools

World-class guest experts

Linda Jenkinson is a tour de force of entrepreneurship. She has founded three multi-national companies and was the first New Zealand woman to list on  NASDAQ. She holds numerous chair and board positions including Air New Zealand and UNICEF New Zealand. Linda has the gift of finding opportunity in crisis and inspires many founders and CEOs to achieve more than they thought possible.

Richard MacGeorge is an Infrastructure Policy & Transaction Advisor, former Lead Infrastructure Finance Specialist at the World Bank and advisor to the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. Richard is currently completing a PhD in Futures Studies.

Duncan Gibb is the CEO of Fulton Hogan Australia, he led the rebuild of the horizontal infrastructure damaged during Canterbury earthquakes. Duncan was awarded the 10th International Brunel Lecturer, Institute of Civil Engineers, UK. Duncan is focused on supporting community resilience to earthquakes, floods and fire.

Suggested audiences 

  • Community-based leaders
  • Government agency personnel (from local to federal)
  • Non-profit program leads
  • Leaders new to disaster recovery leadership roles 
  • Recovery personnel looking to pursue leadership roles

If you would like to know more about this intensive, please get in touch.

Pricing 

  • $550 (AUD) per participant includes:
  • Hummingly resources (a set of Doing Well and Cards for Calamity) valued at RRP$128
  • Two world-class expert facilitators – authors of Leading in Disaster Recovery: A Companion Through the Chaos
  • Access to Hummingly's Recovery Leaders community (Slack group)

Details

The intensive will be run online over two sessions.

  • Session 1 of 2: Tuesday 14 June 12-3pm (Australian time) 2-5pm (NZ time)
  • Session 2 of 2: Wednesday 15th June 12-3pm (Australian time) 2-5 pm (NZ time)

Places are limited. Please book ASAP to ensure that Hummingly card decks arrive in time as the post is challenging at the moment.

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Bulk discounts available! Enquire now

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Join this game-changing disaster recovery leadership summer intensive to expand your leadership toolbox and connect with recovery professionals from across Australasia.

Hosted by pioneering disaster recovery leaders Elizabeth McNaughton and Jolie Wills from Hummingly, facilitated by Kaz McGrath, along with world-class guest experts on leadership, policy and business recovery.

“Hummingly offer advice from disaster recovery professionals who have ‘been there’, many times over. Their cards help you learn how to cope, how to plan, how to laugh, and how to cry; without beating yourself up.”

MARY COMERIO, PROFESSOR OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL, U.C. BERKELEY

Objectives

  1. Benefit from leadership insights from interviews with 100+ disaster recovery leaders around the world
  2. Understand the complexity of working in a rapidly changing environment to respond well to the challenges and opportunities you can expect to encounter. 
  3. Gain confidence and strategies to lead well in the disaster recovery context
  4. Build the knowledge to support communities to recover from disaster while continuing to operate well individually and collectively through prolonged stress and uncertainty
  5. Explore the typical patterns, impacts and strategies for recovery from disaster and mass disruption

Topics 

  • Explore the specific challenges of disaster recovery leadership  
  • Dive deep into the recovery process as experienced by communities 
  • Understand the role of secondary stress from the individual to the systemic level
  • Design your part of the recovery system to retain compassion 
  • Tackle tough recovery policy questions 
  • Sustain leadership and supporting a team through prolonged stress
  • Take the opportunity to ask burning questions of the facilitators, guest experts and course participants.

Specific outputs

  • A personalised list of anchoring questions to guide each participant’s recovery leadership
  • A personalised wellbeing, resilience and performance plan to help prevent burnout and sustain leadership
  • A takeaway list of evidence-informed recovery guidance resources and two practical tools

World-class guest experts

Linda Jenkinson is a tour de force of entrepreneurship. She has founded three multi-national companies and was the first New Zealand woman to list on  NASDAQ. She holds numerous chair and board positions including Air New Zealand and UNICEF New Zealand. Linda has the gift of finding opportunity in crisis and inspires many founders and CEOs to achieve more than they thought possible.

Richard MacGeorge is an Infrastructure Policy & Transaction Advisor, former Lead Infrastructure Finance Specialist at the World Bank and advisor to the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. Richard is currently completing a PhD in Futures Studies.

Duncan Gibb is the CEO of Fulton Hogan Australia, he led the rebuild of the horizontal infrastructure damaged during Canterbury earthquakes. Duncan was awarded the 10th International Brunel Lecturer, Institute of Civil Engineers, UK. Duncan is focused on supporting community resilience to earthquakes, floods and fire.

Suggested audiences 

  • Community-based leaders
  • Government agency personnel (from local to federal)
  • Non-profit program leads
  • Leaders new to disaster recovery leadership roles 
  • Recovery personnel looking to pursue leadership roles

If you would like to know more about this intensive, please get in touch.

Pricing 

  • $550 (AUD) per participant includes:
  • Hummingly resources (a set of Doing Well and Cards for Calamity) valued at RRP$128
  • Two world-class expert facilitators – authors of Leading in Disaster Recovery: A Companion Through the Chaos
  • Access to Hummingly's Recovery Leaders community (Slack group)

Details

The intensive will be run online over two sessions.

  • Session 1 of 2: Tuesday 14 June 12-3pm (Australian time) 2-5pm (NZ time)
  • Session 2 of 2: Wednesday 15th June 12-3pm (Australian time) 2-5 pm (NZ time)

Places are limited. Please book ASAP to ensure that Hummingly card decks arrive in time as the post is challenging at the moment.

Book Now

Bulk discounts available! Enquire now

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"These brilliant women have developed resources to explore and understand how to move through what is invariably a life-changing experience. Elizabeth and Jolie have vast experience as researchers, in NGOs and government, and first-hand experience of disasters. This makes for a powerful combination and such an asset."

ANNE LEADBEATER OAM, DISASTER RECOVERY SPECIALIST, AUSTRALIA.

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Choose your favourite cards from each section. Which cards will be most useful for you or your team when you are under pressure? Which cards resonate or jump out to you?

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