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The Power of Us: New Zealanders Who Dare to Dream

The Power of Us: New Zealanders Who Dare to Dream

Author: Ray Avery
$50.00(NZD)  inc GST
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Description

A very special book - words of wisdom from great New Zealanders, packaged with stunning photographs and a beautiful, classic design 'Nobody is as clever as all of us.' This is one of Sir Ray Avery's key philosophies - the importance of teamwork and harnessing the talents of a group. This book is a celebration of 50 New Zealanders who are extraordinary in their own fields, both locally and internationally. Drawn from all fields - science, business, writing, film, sport, art, technology - it includes both the very well-known —such as Sam Neill, Rhys Darby, Barbara Kendall, Neil Finn and Susan Devoy — and the lesser known but equally talented. Each person is a high achiever and a risk taker and Cameron Bennett's interviews with them are inspiring, surprising and delightful.The book captures them through truly amazing photographs taken by Adrian Malloch - these images show both their strengths and their weaknesses and speak volumes. With a foreword by Sir Ray Avery, this beautiful hardback is something to cherish and draw strength from.

Author description

Sir Ray Avery is the author of best-selling autobiography Rebel with a cause which charted his rise from street kid to knighthood. He's the CEO of award-winning development agency Medicine Mondiale. He's the recipient of the Kiwbank New Zealander of the Year Award 2010, The Blake Leadership Medal 2010 and Knight Grand Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2011 New Year honours list for services to philanthropy. To create the book The Power of Us he worked with Cameron Bennett, ex-presenter of TV's Sunday, and noted photographer Adrian Malloch.

Stock Information

General Fields

  • : 9781775530008
  • : Random House New Zealand Ltd
  • : Random House New Zealand Ltd
  • : October 2012
  • : 305x252mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : January 2016
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 920
  • : 309
  • : Black and White
  • : Ray Avery
  • : Hardback