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Welcome to our first eCLANZ of 2014. No doubt the return to work after a relaxing break heralded another busy year. It certainly has for me.
This year CPD swings fully into action. If you developed your plans for the transition period that began in October 2013, you will be well placed. If not, now is the time to get you plans in place.
Registration for the May 2014 CLANZ conference in Dunedin opens on 5 February. We are working hard to create high quality CPD for our members at conference so do include conference attendance in your CPDPR. Aside from the knowledge gained to enhance your in-house abilities, and from the excellent networking opportunities, attending the conference can enable you to satisfy a good proportion of your required hours as streamed sessions enable you to customise your conference learning.
The Takeovers Panel has published shareholders guidance today, in a booklet called A Basic Guide for Shareholders about the Takeovers Code. This is an easy to read Guide for retail investors who are already shareholders in New Zealand companies or who are thinking about becoming a shareholder. Read more →
All aspects of leadership were the focal point of CLANZ’s inaugural CLANZmini conference last month.
The CPD event was held in Auckland and Wellington with over 230 in-house lawyers from around the country participating.
The day was spilt into six sessions – what does leadership mean to me, young leadership, personal leadership, team leadership, ethical leadership, and community leadership with each theme explored through a mixture of practice and theory.
One of the more prevalent themes at both events was the importance of communication.
Speaking in Wellington, Peter Hughes, Secretary for Education and Chief Executive of Ministry of Education, described communication as being the “core oxygen” of leadership and how so many can get it wrong.