SheSharp Presents: Vision Boards
What to expect?
Some fun! But also an opportunity to build yourself a personal Vision Board.
What’s a Vision Board?
In the most literal sense, a vision board is a collection of images and notes attached to a board and placed somewhere that you can see it every day. But it is much more than that!
“Vision boards add clarity to your desires, and feeling to your visions. It is a tool for directing your attention and intention.”
Join Lynda Clements from the University of Auckland and Judy MacFarlaine from AUT, in this fun but life changing workshop.
26th June 5:30-7:30pm @ GridAKL
Lynda’s career spans 25 years in tertiary education, working as Assistant Registrar, Customer Services Manager and currently as the Change and Communication Consultant for IT Services at the University of Auckland.
Lynda has an MBA from Southern Cross University, an Advanced Diploma in Human Resources and is an experienced project and change professional.
Lynda also facilitates workshops for Mind Mapping and Vision Boards and is a Human Synergistics accredited coach.
Lynda has managed the Women in IT events and conference at the University of Auckland since 2014.
Judy MacFarlaine’s role in ICT Services is to communicate technical documentation and news from the ICT Directorate to staff at AUT. Over 25 years in IT and a passion for education, keep me motivated to continue learning and sharing knowledge in the digital workplace.
“I call myself a positive initiator because of my happy nature, but really I translate ‘geek’ into ‘speak’. “
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Joanna started her engineering life at Vend as a post-grad intern 4 years ago after graduating from The University of Auckland. She has worked in different teams and her hands have reached across various applications of Vend. Ask her anything about how engineers solve problems and collaborate with our designers & product team.
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