Pacific women, depending on their respective cultures and roles, perform leadership in different styles.
Whether you know it or not, you’ve got a gift – how do you use it?
Who are we?
How would you finish this sentence? Would you fill the sentence with positive adjectives?
Here are a few suggestions to get you started...
I am … IN CONTROL. I am … ALL HEART. I am … ALL RIGHT.
Whether you know it or not, you’ve got a gift - and we want you to use it!
You might be a school prefect, captain of your social touch rugby team or lead a team of employees every day.
Try to identify what makes you tick, your strengths and weaknesses. Once you’ve nailed that, you can make plans to reach your goals and ensure you use your gift.
Pacific culture plays an integral part of life for most Pacific peoples living in Canterbury. It also has a great impact on that taboo area of sex and more importantly sexual health.
To value yourself and acknowledge your worth, is to say you are in control of your body, including your heart.
Lastly, finding your place in the world and within the communities you juggle is never easy. With a spoonful of self-confidence, we hope you can wrap up this exercise and declare yourself ‘All Right’.