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Go You! Workshops

Go You! aims to help boost morale, reignite enthusiasm, enhance mental wellbeing, and provide tools and resources to support this.

The workshops will cover the importance of mental wellbeing and tips on how to look after yourself and others, as well as resetting goals and generally help you feel raring to go again!

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Go you workshops

The presenters will be Fiona Fenwick and Nicky Grandorge.

The workshops are relevant to everyone working in the wine industry in all roles, for all genders and of all ages. 

It is hoped these workshops will:

  • Help individuals feel upbeat and motivated
  • Encourage everyone to look out for each other and look after themselves
  • Encourage managers to look at mental wellbeing policies in their organisations

“Great explanation.  Got a lot out of this and feel fantastic. Thank you”  Workshop attendee

For more information please contact Nicky Grandorge:  nicky.grandorge@nzwine.com or 021780 948

Workshop Details

Please see below for a list of this year's Go You! workshops. Venues and additional dates will be confirmed shortly. 

Region Date Venue
Marlborough Tuesday 2 August 2022 TBC
Central Otago Thursday 11 August 2022

TBC

Auckland Tuesday 16 August 2022

TBC

Hawkes Bay Tuesday 23 August 2022

TBC

About the Speakers

Fiona Fenwick

Fiona Fenwick is a natural motivator, wine grower, leadership coach and mentor, a professional speaker on reputation and influence, author of ‘ Stand Out and Step Up ‘ - a reputation toolkit for life, Independent Director including being Chair of Feast Marlborough and has been integral to launching the bespoke New Zealand Winegrowers and Women in Wine mentoring programmes.

Fiona has worked closely with many NZ industry sectors, including sport, where she has worked with national sporting bodies including Rugby, Football, Canoe Racing, Netball, Cricket and also pro bono manages a Paralympian. 

Nicky
Nicky Grandorge

Nicky Grandorge is Leadership & Communities Manager at New Zealand Winegrowers and heads up the Young Viticulturist & Young Winemaker of the Year competitions as well as Women in Wine.  She has worked in the wine industry her entire career in various roles and has a good understanding of the range of pressures, as well as the joys, which come with different jobs. 

 Nicky is passionate about helping people reach their goals and helping them feel they belong to a supportive and progressive industry.  She has recently undertaken the St John Mental Health First Aid course.

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