Kerry McGovern, M.Phil., M.Pub.Ad., B.Com., B.Econ., PMIIA (Aust), ASDA, ASB (NZ), CPA
Kerry McGovern specialises in whole-of-government governance and works with Auditors-General and public sector central agencies to audit, identify and build effective asset, financial and performance management systems that enable the executive to deliver valued public services to their people. Her work includes building whole-of-government frameworks to identify, manage and plan public sector assets. She works well in a fluid and unstructured environment requiring professionals standards to be raised.
Languages: English (native), Solomon Pidgin (conversational), Portuguese, French and German (basic) Tetum (introductory)
Countries: Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Philippines, Malaysia, Viet Nam, Jordan, Timor-Leste, Samoa, Other Pacific Island Countries (Cook Islands, Guam, Republic of Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia (Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk, Yap) Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Palau).
Capacity Building Specialist, Lecturer, Author and Artist
Lani Morris is the world expert on the application of the “Map of Meaning” and works with teams worldwide to build their capacity applying the Map. She has over twenty years’ experience as an independent capacity building practitioner with organizations, teams and individuals in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. Lani Morris works with small, medium and large organizations in a range of sectors including sports, the arts, the education, voluntary, public and private sectors.
Lani has a particular specialty in building the capacity of artists to, as she says, “expose their product to the risk of sale” and runs workshops on creativity and innovation.
Her expertise includes:
- Leadership and Strategic Direction
- Motivation and the Map of Meaning
- The Power of Clear Communication
- Innovation and Creativity
- The Creative Career
- Meaningful Work
Her specialty is in the interconnection of all these areas.
Peace Worker, Conflict Prevention and Rehabilitation Specialist
Kieren McGovern is a peace worker who works with communities to address conflicts and channel their energies into community development. He worked with the United Nations Development Programme to develop the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the Solomon Islands and with the International Organisation of Migration and the people of the Highlands of Papua New Guinea to relocate internally displaced people. He provides workshops to warriors to channel their energies into developing their communities. He has undertaken a small arms survey and can provide a peace and conflict analysis of policies and practices for clients.
Languages: English, Dutch, PNG Pidgin, Solomon Pidgin, Lau.
Countries: Australia, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Fiji Islands, USA, Netherlands, Thailand.