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Wellbeing and performance: Which one comes first?

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Auckland University of Technology

42 Wakefield Street

Auckland, Auckland 1010

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Recent work trends and academic research has extolled the virtues of wellbeing at work. However, balancing wellbeing and performance is fraught with diverse understandings of wellbeing, cost and resource trade-offs, and competing interests to name a few.

This symposium explores some of the current issues and tensions that exist when balancing wellbeing and performance at work. Topics include diversity in wellbeing; tensions in managing wellbeing; and the wellbeing-performance nexus.

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Weaving Takatāpui and Whānau Well-being: Lessons and Challenges

Dr Elizabeth Kerekere
Ngāti Oneone, Te Aitanga a Mahaki, Whānau a Kai, Rongowhakaata, Ngāi Tāmanuhiri

Dr Kerekere is an artist and Founder/Chair of Tīwhanawhana Trust. She has been an activist within Māori and LGBTIQ communities for 35 years with a focus on takatāpui and young people. Dr Kerekere’s ground-breaking work includes the resources; Takatāpui: Part of the Whānau and Growing Up Takatāpui – Whānau Journeys; and her recently published PhD thesis: Part of the Whānau: Takatāpui Identity and Well-Being – He Whāriki Takatāpui.


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