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Maxim Institute congratulates Managing Director

27 July 2005

Maxim Institute congratulates Managing Director on his Sir Peter Blake Emerging Leader Award 2005

The Maxim Institute Board and staff warmly congratulate Managing Director Greg Fleming on being recognised at the 2005 Sir Peter Blake Leadership Awards, presented by the Governor General at Government House last Saturday.

Greg Fleming was recognised for his leadership both as General Manager of Parenting with Confidence (now 'Parents Inc') and more recently as co-founder and Managing Director of Maxim Institute.

Peter McNee, Chairman of the Board says "the growth of Maxim Institute and its increasing effectiveness is testament to Greg's exceptional leadership abilities. In awarding Greg a Sir Peter Blake Emerging Leader Award, the panel are also recognising the valuable contribution of Maxim Institute to discussions on the cultural and social issues facing New Zealand today. I commend Greg on this considerable achievement and look forward to his growing influence."

Greg Fleming co-founded Maxim Institute with Bruce Logan in November 2001. Greg and Bruce share responsibility for the Institute's direction. Director Bruce Logan says, "it is both a delight and a privilege to work with such a talented young man as Greg."


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