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NZPM FUTURE GOVERNANCE PROGRAMME

NZPM Group established the Future Governance Programme in 2017 to help foster future elected director capability from within our ordinary shareholder membership pool.

 

The programme identifies potential future elected directors for the NZPM Board, by selecting up to two shareholder applicants to participate in a formal training and mentoring programme. The selected candidates are invited to attend and participate in NZPM Board meetings for a nine month period from September to May, attend Institute of Directors structured governance training courses, and receive one-on-one mentoring from an independent professional director.

 

Applicants for the programme need to be ordinary shareholders who have indicated a strong desire to be involved in the future NZPM governance process, and who also demonstrate the core attributes for development and mentoring as potential future directors of the co-operative.

 

Each year, the company asks for applications during April and May.  Applicants, are shortlisted and interviewed by an independent selection panel during June and July with the successful candidates being announced at the company’s AGM.

 

In August 2017, Ngaire Mansfield from Straight Flush Plumbing Limited, Wellington was appointed as NZPM’s first recipient of the programme.

 

In August 2018, the board extended the programme to two appointments being Reuben Cutts from Fixed Price Limited (Auckland) and Nathan Stewart from Precision Group Limited (Wellington). 

Reuben Cutts (Left) and Nathan Stewart (Right)

Following the success of this initiative over the last two years, the NZPM Board is pleased to announce the opening of our 2019 Future Governance Programme. Applicants will be shortlisted and interviewed by an independent selection panel during June and July, and it’s anticipated that the successful candidates will be announced at this year’s AGM in Wellington in August.Applicants will be shortlisted and interviewed by an independent selection panel during June and July, and it’s anticipated that the successful candidates will be announced at this year’s AGM in Wellington in August.

 

We are currently seeking applications to participate in the 2019 programme from interested ordinary shareholder members until 31 May this year.We are currently seeking applications to participate in the 2019 programme from interested ordinary shareholder members until 31 May this year.

 

If you have any questions or would like to apply to participate in the programme please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.