Welcome to LoopEd 2019

We are all in this together

Looped 2019 is at Wellington High School on Friday the 31st of May.

Keynote Speakers

Dr David Keane

Dr David Keane is a Wellington-based international speaker, trainer, author, and coach who is an expert in helping organisations provide their teams with the skills and behaviours of high-performing people. He is passionate about getting strong alignment between organisational objectives and individual goals and aspirations.  His best-selling book “The Art of Deliberate Success: The 10 Behaviours of Successful People” is published worldwide.
Dr Keane started his career as a management consultant before accepting a lecturing position at Victoria University of Wellington where he served for twelve years in the business school.  These days, Dr Keane runs his own New Zealand based training and education company specialising in helping people achieve greater success, and delivering the 10 Behaviours of Successful People workshops, seminars and coaching programmes to organisations and individuals worldwide.

Nicola Ngarewa

Nicola Ngarewa has taught in all sectors of education from Early Childhood to Tertiary including in the NZ Prison system. She is currently Principal at Spotswood College and also on the Governance Board for the NZ Education Council.

Nicola is passionate about disrupting the educational norm through transformative leadership and a focus on global citizenship.  In 2013, she received a Sir Peter Blake Leadership Award as a result of transformative work at Tamatea High School. In 2016 she was the recipient of the Taranaki Daily News Person of the Year for  transformative work at Patea Area School, with the school receiving the National UNESCO award for Education - Global Citizenship 2018.

Nicola will deliver a mini-keynote: “A Journey of Disrupting Educational Norms”.  She will be sharing the “why”, along with the challenges and the opportunities she has encountered in transforming two completely different schools into a future focus curriculum where students are at the centre and the community is at the heart.  Her address will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.