MORE. 2020 Announced: ‘Lifting the Lid’

A chance to deep dive into organisations and see what’s really impacting organisational climates across industries and what can be done to address these behaviours.

MORE. 2018 was an amazing two days and the feedback has been extraordinary so we have now set the dates and venue for MORE. 2020.

For a limited time only we are offering an opportunity to secure entry into the VIP early release pricing. This represents a further discount over the Early Bird ticket rate. All you need to do is pay $100 to secure your VIP entry.

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MORE 2018: Louder than words – taking action today.

What a great two days. Huge thanks to all the speakers who made this event rock! We loved having you part of the MORE. 2018 team.

We are at a pivotal moment in history – movements like #metoo are exploding paradigms and inspiring the confrontation of long-held assumptions about women in the personal and professional domain.

At the same time our workplaces are experiencing fundamental generational shifts. Automated technology, unknown work futures, climate change, consumer led ‘need it now’ generation and people working past 65 are all significant challenges to be faced.

In this atmosphere, and beyond the headlines, we need to take action to deliver more women leaders at every level. We must stop ‘fixing’ women and ‘blaming’ men – activating change that removes gender from the dialogue and celebrates real partnership, where women and men use their superpowers collectively to implement on-the-ground change throughout the corporate and government sectors.

The Evolving Female
How do we achieve an essential balance between power and control?

Navigating the New Landscape for Men
How can men and women work better together in the work place, retaining their identities while shedding unproductive behaviours?

The Corporate Spouse
How do we manage the often unbalanced power dynamic between work and home?

Appropriate Work Place Communication
How do we get better at emotionally neutral communication and transcend sub-optimal cultures and behaviours?

Are you High Performance Capable?
How to work, live, age and perform WELL – every day.

Understanding Trans-generational Culture
Organisations span generations of employees with very different needs and behaviours. Understand how we can tackle some of the key challenges relating to having employees feeling understood. Understand how we can create leaders who use their super powers collectively to bring better stronger trans-generational cultures.

The Big Debate. More Voices, More perspectives, More action
Facilitated by Glenda Parata, Director of Shared Services, NZ Defence Force. This one hour action-packed debate examines trans-generational culture and the massive shifts in workforce dynamics that are happening right now! Topics #metoo, #pressforprogress, ageism, stop fixing women, stop blaming men. 

The Launch of Rebecca’s Second Book, Wonder Women: What the hell happened? Making sense of our place in the world

MORE. SUMMIT 2018: IMAGES

Yesterday I was lucky enough to attend the #moresummit2018 actions speak louder than words event with Alexis Brackebush and listen to a range of amazing speakers discuss many topics in our workplace and in our homes that rarely get spoken about or brought to light.

I particularly enjoyed listening to Jennifer Rutherford on “Appropriate Workplace Communication” and Alexia Hilbertidou on “The Evolving Female”. Both presenters were insightful and inspiring.

Thanks, Rebecca Morris for putting on this incredible event. Looking forward to hearing the chosen topic for 2019!

Lauren Cook, Identify

Hi Rebecca, the forum today was so inspirational and I was really blown away. #GRATEFUL

Raganie Govender, bUPA

Really interesting day – lots of interesting speakers, lots of new perspectives, lots of new things to go home and think about.

Anonymous, NZDF

What an amazing day – I heard nothing but excellent positive feedback.

Shelley Eden, Speaker

Wow! Just heard Sophie Guerin from Dell EMC speak on Trans-generational culture in a Digital World. Sophie was not only an incredible speaker but so passionate about the topic and the insights were fantastic…

Challenging us to think about how the workforce of today will compare to the workforce of the future with the impact of disruptive innovation.

We need to embrace agile learning and hone our skills in emotional competency, as these will be vital skills into the future with changes in the business landscape and advances in technology.

The future is about it people skills and having the right automation to support this.

Fantastic day out at MORE Leadership Summit 2018 – Paradigm Shift – great work Rebecca Morris.

Mandy B, CAANZ

Its been a really interesting day – really interesting range of speakers covering a whole heap of different topics that are so relevant for me personally – really resonating with me – each speaker in regards to my work, personal and career life. Really rewarding.

Anonymous, NZDF

Food, speakers, topics, location… everything was excellent. Loved loved loved it all! Well done team xx

MORE. SUMMIT 2018 SPEAKERS

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Rebecca Morris

Rebecca Morris
Founder, Paradigm SHIFT

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Sophie Guerin

Sophie Guerin
Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Asia Pacific, Japan & China (APJC) Dell Inc.

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Fraser Brown

Fraser Brown
Branch Manager, Tauranga, Craigs Investment Partners

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Alexia Hilbertidou

Alexia Hilbertidou
Founder, GirlBoss New Zealand

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Jennifer Rutherford

Jennifer Rutherford
Chair of the NZ Hi-Tech Trust

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Kaisa Wilson

Dr Kaisa Wilson
Organisational Psychologist, Director – Mosaik Ltd

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Peter Smith

Peter Smith
Founder, theCOACHSmith.com

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Michelle van Gaalen

Michelle van Gaalen
Managing Director, Smith & Smith

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Shelley Eden

Shelley Eden
Partner at Shieff Angland

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Glenda Parata

Glenda Parata
Director of Shared Services,
New Zealand Defence Force

Tony Farr

Tony Farr
National Sales Manager, Sanitarium

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin
CEO of Disability Connect

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Craig Cotton

Craig Cotton
Director – innovateHQ

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Deb Rowley

Deb Rowley
Pre-Summit Workshop co-facilitator

MORE. SUMMIT 2018 PARTNERS

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LAST YEAR’S MORE. SUMMIT…

The MORE Summit Workshop Thursday 27 July 2017

MORE Summit Friday 28 July 2017

  • Rebecca sets the intention for MORE. 2017

Thank you for organising such a great event, well done. It was an inspiring day. All the speakers were super engaging. I loved every minute of it and it was quite an emotional day for me.

I think the biggest thing was it’s not too late to change my movie. My time is important.

Looking forward to MORE. 18

My soul word is confidence.

Karen F
Kiwi Experience

Thanks so much for an inspiring day on Friday – you have a wonderful message and wonderful speakers. Having attended several women in law conferences over the years, I came away from MORE . feeling refreshed, re-motivated to ready to consider my role and brand moving forward.

Thanks so much and Congratulations.

Renay T
Thomson Reuters NZ

Somewhat surprisingly I found it really enjoyable!
Thanks,

Mark J
GM
Perpetual Guardian

The MORE. pre summit and summit were fantastic. Hearty congratulations to you!! I really enjoyed both days. You have the formula spot on. I loved the speakers talk about their real challenges. This makes it real and relatable.

I am so looking forward to MORE. 2018.
Lisa M
CEO Disability Connect

Fresh from the Pre-Summit Workshop, I’d just like to say thank you. ‘Investment’ doesn’t even begin to cover it.

What a fantastic day, incredibly beneficial, confronting and empowering. We came in energised, and quickly had our preconceptions of ourselves stripped away to the very essence of what our “self” is made from. There were tears, unexpected (and at times exhausting) emotions, truths exposed that we didn’t even know we had – but which needed to be confronted before creating a basis from which we can begin to grow into our authentic selves – as women, as team members, and as future leaders.

Ainslie H
NZDF

One week later and I am still inspired. My biggest take out is that there is no such thing as a perfect journey to be good leader and that it is never too late to get started.

PS Great to see lovely stationery and goodies in the delegate bag. A woman’s touch!

Sarah S
NZ Cricket INC

I just wanted to say thanks. I’m sitting on the plane and reflecting on what an incredible day I have had. The inaugural MORE. was incredible and I am HONOURED to be part of it.
I got today that I am ok. I am good. I am good at what I do, in fact I am great. I am a good manager. I am enough. I want to work more with you.

Much Gratitude

Sonia D
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Thanks so much for a fantastic summit.
It got me thinking about my future. It will without a doubt change my life plan. I want more and I can do more.

Jane B
Christchurch City Council

I am still a 10 and can’t see that dwindling yet. A huge two days. I need to come to the follow up day. Thank you so much to Deb and your team.

Liz W
Southland District Council

Fantastic MORE. Summit lead by Rebecca Morris.
Thanks for having us part of the day.

Vanessa Sorenson – Spark
Jo Allison – thl

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