Attendees' knowledge of the benefits of working collaboratively and how to do it better increased substantially at the Institute for Collaborative Working New Zealand's (ICWNZ) - General Practitioners Course in Wellington on 14 and 15 July.
Delegates, both online and in-person, including clients, contractors and consultants have had to wait for more than a year since the previous course in March 2021 due to the pandemic, but they were not disappointed.
Director of ICWNZ and Lead on the course Chris Olsen was pleased with the progress made by the Delegates throughout the two-day course, despite the challenges of juggling both online and in-person attendees.
"We were really pleased by the attitudes of the Delegates who all learn a great deal about collaborative working, it was fantastic to see a range of clients, contractors and consultants coming and working together and sharing their experiences of collaborative working the range covered those who are new to Collaborative working to those years of experience with alliances and collaborative enterprises."
"We will look to hold the next ICWNZ General Practitioners Course in-person, if possible, in order to allow delegates to experience the full benefits of the course."
Chris Olsen (3rd from the left) and the successful delegates both online and in person from Institute for Collaborative Working New Zealand's (ICWNZ) - General Practitioners Course in Wellington on 14 and 15 July 2022.