Mana Moana is an innovative 'ready-made' program from indigenous design experts Brown Pages which aims to raise the awareness of Māori and Pacific cultures among your employees that are either working; remotely, in office or deskless.
Māori and Pacific peoples make up a high percentage of the kaimahi (workforce) in New Zealand, and while organisations are increasing their diversity and inclusion efforts, there is still a lot of mahi (work) to be done.
The Mana Moana program introduces employees to a range of Māori and Pacific perspectives and aims to achieve a basic understanding of Indigenous diversity:
(e.g. stories & languages)
People, past and present
(e.g. heroes and influencers)
Health, wellbeing and sport
Whānau, hapū, iwi
History and key events
Natural world (e.g. maramataka, Matariki)
Current affairs & Business
(e.g. planting & sourcing food, recipes)
Introduce employees to a range of Māori and Pacific perspectives and understanding of indigenous diversity.
The program is designed to encourage learning (akoranga) through a broad range of topics and is customisable.
Vibe.fyi is a communication delivery platform for hard to reach, deskless workers. Our ready-made, visual templates and communication programs, like Mana Moana, can be deployed across digital screens and (where staff have access to these) web browsers and screensavers. We'll will help you communicate in the way people learn to achieve cut-through and influence long term change.
12-months of inspiring content
With monthly focuses and awareness outcomes.
Deploy best-practice content in minutes.
Vibrant and engaging visuals
For digital screens in common areas and lunchrooms, plus web browsers / screensavers.
‘Snackable’ and nudge learning strategies
For lasting behaviour change and outcomes (can be tailored to your specific business needs).
Repetition without the noise
Content is communicated in spaced repetition to improve recall.