10am-3pmData Workshop: Designing the Future - Insights, Analysis, TrendsSpark Place, Tūranga, Christchurch                          
All members welcome              
4.30pm  James Bennett Pre-Arrival Drinks and networking The Foundation Café from 4.30pm        


Date/Time  Session   Content
  Peter Pal Coffee Kiosk & refreshments available on arrival. The Foundation Café opens from 7.30am for breakfast.
 07.30am Registration  

Mihi Whakatau | Welcome

PLNZ Waiata. 

TSB Space, Tūranga, Christchurch
 08.45am Chair's opening remarks
Dyane Hosler, Puki Ariki New Plymouth Library

 09.00am Strategic Topic: Te hikoi tahi | Walking together
Keynote: Tina Porou, Founder Poipoia Ltd

What barriers remain and how do we remove them? How do we grow leaders?

 09.30am Round Table Challenge: 
Facilitated by Tina with Dyane 
Delegates address the challenge at their tables.
 9.45am Open Sharing: All Members
 10.00am Presentation: The Great Pollinator Path
Guest Speaker: Andrea Reid, Founder
Join a national movement to tackle Climate Change with community engagement.
 10.30am Peter Pal Networking & Refreshments  
 11.00am In Conversation: Global Trends. Report back from IFLA World Library & Information Congress with National Librarian, Rachel Esson and Kim Taunga.

Who is setting the agenda for libraries of the future?

 11.40am Round Table Challenge: What role does New Zealand have to play on the international stage?  
 12.30 Networking & Lunch  
 1.15pm Buses leave for Rolleston, Selwyn. Enter the building through the doors by the town square at Te Ara Ātea, near Te Hekenga sculpture.

Mihi Whakatau in Te Whare Tapere
Puamiria Parata-Goodall, Pou Ahurea, and Nicki Moen, Manager Arts, Culture and Lifelong Learning, Selwyn District Council

 2.20pm Tour of Te Ara ĀteaFour or five groups.
 3.10pm Afternoon tea at Te Whare Tapere 



He Ara Hou, Te Ara Ātea : Forging a new path: Co-designing from the beginning to the end.
Translated literally... a new path, the unobstructed trail.
Lead by Nicki and Puamiria

Round Table Discussion: Facilitated by Nicki 
Powerful partnerships, experiences of codesigning together, from the beginning to the end.  Avoiding last minute retrofits - sharing what have we all done, that we could have avoided. How can we learn from our mishaps.
With Open Mic.
 4.30pm Report back and close
 5.00pm Pre-Dinner drinks at Te Ara Ātea.
Fine Free Campaign update with Louise LaHatte.
Stories from the campaign.
 5.00pm Bus one for all not attending dinner returns to Tūranga. Free evening. Restaurant options supplied.
 6.30pm Wheelers Delegates Dinner at Te Ara Ārea.  
 9.30pm  Bus two return for all to Tūranga.  


Date/Time  Session   Content
 07.30am Peter Pal Coffee Kiosk & refreshments available on arrival. The Foundation Café opens from 7.30am for breakfast
 08.30am Insights and Innovations from around the Regions Your Regional Reps: Lisa Salter, Sue Fargher, Tiffany Rawlings, Chris Hay, Anne-Maree Wigley Pecha Kucha style Regional Reports
 09.30am Strategic Topic: Pathways to Partnership:  Our voice in Local Government
Guest speaker: Marion Read, Library Advisor LGNZ
With the upcoming local elections looming are library managers looking at ways to engage elected members with their libraries?
 10.00amRound Table Discussion:
Facilitated by Marion 
How can PLNZ work with elected members?
 10.30am Peter Pal Networking & Refreshments  

Strategic Topic: Co-Cr8: Wellbeing Data dashboard explained. 
Guest Speaker: Kate Macnaught, General Manager, Sector Projects with Kshitiz Bansod, Data Engineer, Taituarā

How does the dashboard capture the power of libraries?

 11.30amRound Table Discussion:
Facilitated by Kate, Kshitiz with Rob Baigent, PLNZ Chair Elect.


PLNZ Strategic Direction 2022-23 
Dyane Hosler, PLNZ Chair
Library Manager Puki Ariki New Plymouth

 12.30 Networking & Lunch  
  1.30pmStrategic Topic: Truancy and Teen Behaviour - engaging the disengaged.
Guest Speaker: Simon Britten, Te Ora Hoa
 2.30pm Round Table Discussion:
Facilitated by Simon
 3.00pmBreak and Networking 
 3.30pmTour of Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre. 
 5.00pm Farewell Drinks  

Note: This programmme was accurate at the time of publication and may be subject to unforeseen changes.

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