Te Kōpae Piripono

Innovation

A range of whānau development initiatives were undertaken to strengthen and distribute leadership. The innovative leadership model focuses on four responsibilities – Ngā Takohanga e Wha: having responsibility, being responsible, taking responsibility, and sharing responsibility.

Centres of Innovation (COI) research

Major research aim:

Te Kōpae Piripono explored how whānau development fostered leadership across all levels, and enhanced educational success and fulfilled lives for Māori children and their families.

COI tenure

Calendar years 2005/2006/2007.

COI research associates

Erana Hond-Flavell
Te Matakahi Ltd

Service location

Old Barrett Street Hospital Complex, 34 Barrett Street, Ngāmotu, New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Visitors

Te Kōpae Piripono has completed its COI contract and is no longer resourced to accommodate many visitors.

Contact details

Aroaro Tamati and Hinerangi Korewha
Postal address: PO Box 6106, Ngamotu, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Telephone: 06 758 3751
Fax: 06 758 3751
Email: tekopaepiripono@xtra.co.nz


Last updated: 26 June 2014