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Lyall Lukey’s keynote presentation to Volunteer Centres New Zealand, Christchurch, 6 May 2010 …

Lyall Lukey’s keynote presentation to Volunteer Centres New Zealand, Christchurch, 6 May 2010
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  • [# 2CL]THANK YOU #THIS IS IS TOPIC I’VE CHOSEN-A FEW MIXED METAPHORS.... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NETWORK OF VOLUNTEER CENTRES [In Aotearoa New Zealand]-9.45-10.25 am 6 May 2010[fdbk form—ad Dig Irrig-special offer-AND VIDEOS—LIBRARY]-SELL?]On 6 & 7 May 2010 Volunteering Canterbury will host A NATIONAL GATHERING OF VOLUNTEER CENTRES at Christchurch Community House Te WhakaruruhaukiOtautahi. We expect about thirty people will attend, and we are seeking someone with an UNDERSTANDING OF THE VOLUNTARY SECTOR TO GIVE AN ENTERTAINING MOTIVATIONAL ADDRESS (25-30 ) minutes)+10 min qus. during the first morning’s session.Ruth Gardner Manager Volunteering CanterburyWho are we?Volunteering Canterbury is an incorporated charitable trust that supports and promotes volunteering. We uphold the integrity of volunteering and the rights and responsibilities of volunteers. BROKERS We can help match individual interests with groups who need volunteers. Learn more about us.[members don't fundraise direct-but need to know Dept SD game playing!]
  • #2 CLICKS USUAL DEFINITIONS OF VOL·UN·TEER [they read] [TODAY I’M A VOLUNTEER TOO!] I like this BOTANICAL DEFINITION: [#CLICK] A CULTIVATED PLANT GROWING FROM SELF-SOWN OR ACCIDENTALLY DROPPED SEED. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • [#4 CL] read 3: #[LAST QUOTE]VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE LIVES/ OWN...LIFE TIME HABIT: ++A DAUGHTER... 90-YEAR-OLD MOTHER ... FROM FAMILY HOME INTO A RESTHOME .. tactfully "MUM, WHAT ABOUT MEALS ON WHEELS?" To which her mother replied: "NO, DEAR, I DON'T THINK I COULD VOLUNTEER FOR THEM ANYMORE.“ -----------------------------------------------------------------
  • [#2 clicks-2ndViD-TALK OVER ABBREVIATION OF YOUR HOSTS VOLUNTEERING CANTY/# The UNPRONOUNCIBLE ICELANDICVOLCANO *--DISRUPTION-flights, evacuationsMetaphor= HARNESSING our SUBTERRANEAN Energy!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [ Eyjafjallajokull ] 1783 similar eruption may have led to crop failures in W Europe - one cause of French rev!]
  • [#1 ]Needs to COOL FIRST BEFORE STONE USEFUL—LIKE HALSWELL STONEAs leaders WHAT HIDDEN ENERGY CAN YOU TAP?HOT IDEAS MAY ALSO HAVE TO COOL FIRST TO BE USEFUL IN BUILDING A BRIDGE TO THE FUTURE AND LEAVING A LEGACY.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Old photos-1903
  • [#2]#Link to CHOLM AS YOU KNOW The Home provides a SAFE, SHORT-TERM CARE AND EDUCATION for CHILDREN IN NEED and SUPPORT to their Families. MY 3 KIDS THERE IN 1975-TELL STORY BRIEFLY[artwork by a younger SANDRA LUKEY looking back at her Cholmondeley STAY WHEN 3#today] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Up to 28 children from throughout Canterbury receive 24-hour, quality residential care and education each day.
  • I JOINED BOARD DURING RUGBY WORLD CUP 1987...[USED TO JOKE....]/ I SEE YOU ARE DISCUSSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR NEXT YEAR’S EVENT THIS PM.
  • [YOUR BOARD- TOMORROW-”BIGGEST CHALLENGES FOR THE NEXT 12 MONTHS”].TSUNAMI OF CHANGE/ ECONOMIC HUIRICANE-WHEN SOCIAL NEEDS ARE RAPIDLY > RESOURCES <PRESSURE ON GOVT SPENDING. BUDGET SOON!A recent study..[Roty-US?] CHARITABLE GIVING LOWEST FOR 50 YEARS. 86% OF NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS < IN GIVING IN 2009.CHOLMONDELEY --$600,000 DEFICIT LAST YEARDeming quote PERSONAL SURVIVAL-12 MONTHS AGO 2 STENTS---develop-new blood...NEW LEASE ON LIFE...
  • [#1]Are we STEAMING FULL SPEED AHEAD without spotting the icebergs ahead?A sure way to go under..IS YOUR ORGANISATION LIKE THE TITANIC!......[NEXT SL]
  • Is this YOUR ORGANISATION?REFER Quote DON’T BE DISCOURAGED BY THE WINDS OF CHANGE...but be very AWARE OF THE WEATHER FORECAST.......[train]
  • ----------------------------------------------------[3#] Q: AS A LEADER IN THESE CHALLENGING TIMES. ARE YOU TAKING A LONGER VIEW-OPPORTUNITY TO REINVENT YOUR ORGANISATION......?# Dino#Kea [and PUPPET?----------------------------------------------------------------##See http://www.nzte.govt.nz/section/13500/20999.aspx -"Where's your Plan B?“ Ed BernackiEx SOLGM brief:what it takes to be a leader in these challenging times. ..insights into how leaders can lead their people and their organisation when the times are tough Creative and innovative leadership styles Leading through an organisational or cultural change Leaders making a difference Leading in Challenging Times.Bacon:....as a leading futurist and technological historian, you have some powerful insights into and ideas about the speed of economic cycles, quantum leaps in science, technological innovations and manufacturing efficiencies and globalisation.no doubt the current global recession, something that most current leaders and decision makers have never before experienced, is also further influencing your thinking about economic cycles and globalisation. We believe that your powerful insights and ideas, if linked to the challenges and opportunities they provide [ocal government]Chief executives and senior managers, will provide a thought provoking session on the leadership attributes they will need to demonstrate on behalf of their organisations andcommunities. We are looking for a practical and exciting emphasis rather than a gloom and doom one.
  • [2#] “...Exciting as it is to be living through historic economic drama, you can't just stand by and watch. You have to act--yet you have no script. “ Geoff Colvin#THE GAME IS REDUCING COSTS/INCREASING REVENUE [THIS MEANS ADDING VALUE!]
  • LETS LOOK AT SOME SILVER LININGS
  • [1#] POWER OF NETWORK-see numbers.. Key is BUILDING RELATIONSHIPSYOU PEOPLE ARE A NW OF NWS! --WE TOO ARE A NETWORK [SMARTNET] 1997+ Learning Faster/Working Smarter”[-I see at 2.00 pm AK REPORTS ON ITS WORKING SMARTER RESEARCH][Tomorrow-discussing NATIONAL CO-ORDINATION-SOMEONE TO SERVICE YOUR GROUP-OTHERWISE STOP/START
  • 2010 WILL BE THE YEAR NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS DO AMAZING THINGS ONLINE. [VOL CAN?] For news and photos of volunteers in action visit our FACEBOOK page.[E-ENGAGE YOUR COMMUNITY - 16 APRIL 2010]This conference, HOSTED BY VOLUNTEERING CANTERBURY, will introduce people from NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS TO INTERNET-BASED TOOLS that can help them meet their mission....but IN YOUR FACEBOOK dangers.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------!The unintended consequences of Facebook’s new Open Graph effort TO MANAGE THE WEB ACCORDING TO PERSONAL PREFERENCES ARE ALREADY STARTING TO DAWN. hat sounds like a good idea on the surface could quickly prove scary.The social framework for connecting everyone to everything and everywhere they “like” with the push of a button  is convenience personified until your realize a month into the new arrangement you’re tangled in your own web of preferences.Compromising what’s left of personal privacy on the Web seems unavoidable. Setting ourselves up for a constant barrage of propositions from companies and individuals who think they are relevant to us will be problematic. The number of Internet players replicating Facebook’s personal relevance approach to more effectively mine users will simply be astronomical.Regardless of  the privacy policy and safeguards Facebook institutes, we’ll be asking ourselves six months from now just how we got from obsessing over Internet privacy breeches to enabling the world’s dominant social network to splash it all across the World Wide Web.As ReadWriteWeb points out, relative few users will take the time to closely study the terms of Facebook’s new “instant personalization“  or track the impact of virally morphing one’s personal thumb print. Mark Zuckerberghttp://industry.bnet.com/media/10008013/facebooks-social-solution-to-connect-the-web-could-get-scary/
  • [1# VIDEO AUTO-TALK OVER]USING NEW MEDIA-RE-USING ASSETSHAYLEY VID--140 VIEWS ON Y TUBE IN FIRST 20 HOURS -468 AFTER 10 days >600[1 of Hayleysvids-with Andrea Bocelli-> 7 mill hits!]
  • [2#]THREADING ALL THE ELECTRONIC PEARLS TOGETHER-IPHONE-IPADI Phone-mine-pull out-HESTER#PLAY VID---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------They have the tools. The new breed of up-and-coming marketing geniuses who work in them know how to use them and the barriers are lower than ever. Fundraising online is now a cinch. THE INTERNET'S SOCIAL REVOLUTION HAS MADE SPREADING THE WORD EASIER THAN EVER. THE CHARITIES WITH THE BEST IDEAS WILL WIN, THE ONES THAT FAIL TO MOVE FORWARD WILL SEE THEIR DOLLARS ERODED BY THE ONES WHO CAPTURE ATTENTION. Micro-charities and smaller players will be at a distinct advantage.... http://www.marketingmag.com.au/blogs/view/2010-marketing-predictions-1827 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------http://www.crowdconversion.com/facebook-marketing/?10303 Monetising social mediahttp://www.crowdconversion.com/facebook-fan-pages/[ex Robert Grant (Crowd Conversion) [CrowdConversion@gmail.com]:There are 1.6 BILLION active users on the Internet A whopping 20% of these users are on FacebookFacebook is the biggest social medial platform in the world   80% of all businesses, including companies like Visa, Hewlett Packard and Cisco are now using Social Media to market themselves     A recent survey by Forrester indicated the majority of global companies are INCREASING their social media presence in 2009. This is a firestorm of opportunity for small businesses to take advantage of.   Crowd Conversion™ will get you there, because it works for BOTH newbies AND experienced marketers.....You Build Your Core Relationships with both “influencers” and “evangelists”. You Gather Your Crowd—by expanding the horizon of your personal network. You Engage Your Audience--with content, videos, and other core strategies. You Amplify Your Message—by drawing other people into the “conversation”. You Magnetize Your Extended Network—with “sticky” strategies and tactics that work like gangbusters. You Skim the Cream—this is where the list building gains altitude. You Make Them An Offer They Can’t Refuse—but make no mistake, do this WRONG, and you’ll come crashing back to earth. Now You Have PAYING Customers—who have ALL come to you from your Facebook strategies and are happy to give money. Rinse & Repeat—the wheels are on the bus now. All you have to do is drive and you’ll make even MORE money!
  • ##Change the metaphor—cultivating change:Praise to the human being is what sunshine and rain are to the flower.MARK TWAIN : "I CAN LIVE FOR TWO MONTHS ON A GOOD COMPLIMENT...
  • [2clicks]…….CHARACTERISTICS OF A LEARNING ECOLOGY: A COLLECTION OF OVERLAPPING COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST; CROSS POLLINATING WITH EACH OTHER; CONSTANTLY EVOLVING; LARGELY SELF ORGANIZING.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JSB-Growing Up Digital: How the Web and mobile devices Changes Work, Education, and the Ways People Learn, A learning ecology is an environment that is consistent with how learners learn. It involves the active (re)creation of knowledge in an environment that fosters and supports the creation of communities. George Siemens  talks about the following characteristics of a learning ecology: a collection of overlapping communities of interest; cross pollinating with each other; constantly evolving; largely self organizing.  This puts the focus on learning communities  responding to the challenge of adapting and evolving through the reordering of their own priorities in the light of local and national imperatives.[...THE TASK OF AN EXTERNAL CATALYST IS TO ENCOURAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNAL LEADERSHIP AND A SELF-HELP APPROACH TO CHANGE. ]  http://www.elearnspace.org/Articles/learning_communities.htm  
  • [DEAD SYSTEMS!WHAT ARE YOU FEEDING YOUR PEOPLE.... (POT PLANTS HAVE A WHOLE NEW MEANING SINCE LAST WEEK’S RAID]  A science fair project MICROWAVE WATER - SEE WHAT IT DOES TO PLANTS------------------------------------------------------------------------------Below is a science fair project. In it she took filtered waterand divided it into two parts. The first part she heated toboiling in a pan on the stove, and the second part she heatedto boiling in a microwave. Then after cooling she used thewater to water two identical plants to see if there would beany difference in the growth between the normal boiled waterand the water boiled in a microwave. She was thinking thatthe structure or energy of the water may be compromised bymicrowave. As it turned out, even she was amazed at thedifference.     I have known for years that the problem with microwaved
  • anything is not the radiation people used to worry about, It'show it corrupts the DNA in the food so the body can notrecognize it. So the body wraps it in fat cells to protect itselffrom the dead food or it eliminates it fast. Think of all theMothers heating up milk in these "Safe" appliances. Whatabout the nurse in Canada that warmed up blood for atransfusion patient and accidentally killed them when theblood went in dead. But the makers say it's safe. Never mindthen, keep using them. Ask your Doctor I am sure they willsay it's safe too. Proof is in the pictures of living plants dying.Remember You are also Living. Take Care.FORENSIC RESEARCH DOCUMENTPrepared By: William P. KoppA. R. E. C.. Research OperationsTO61-7R10/10-77F05 RELEASE PRIORITY: CLASS I ROO1aTen Reasons to Throw out your Microwave Oven>From the conclusions of the Swiss, Russian and German scientific clinical studies, we can no longer ignore the microwave oven sitting in our kitchens. Based on this research, we will conclude this article with the following:1). Continually eating food processed from a microwave ovencauses long term - permanent - brain damage by "shortingout" electrical impulses in the brain [de-polarizing orde-magnetizing the brain tissue].2). The human body cannot metabolize [break down] the unknown by-products created in microwaved food..3). Male and female hormone production is shut downand/or altered by continually eating microwaved foods.4). The effects of microwaved food by-products are residual[long term, permanent] within the human body.5). Minerals, vitamins, and nutrients of all microwaved foodis reduced or altered so that the human body gets little or nobenefit, or the human body absorbs altered compounds thatcannot be broken down.6). The minerals in vegetables are altered into cancerous freeradicals when cooked in microwave ovens.7). Microwaved foods cause stomach and intestinal cancerousgrowths [tumors]. This may explain the rapidly increasedrate of colon cancer in America .8). The prolonged eating of microwaved foods causescancerous cells to increase in human blood. 9). Continual ingestion of microwaved food causes immunesystem deficiencies through lymph gland and blood serumalterations.10). Eating microwaved food causes loss of memory,concentration, emotional instability, and a decrease ofintelligence. Have you tossed out your microwave oven yet?After you throw out your microwave you can use a toasteroven as a replacement. It works well for most and is nearlyas quick.The use of artificial microwave transmissions for subliminalpsychological control, a.k.a. "brainwashing", has also beenproven. We're attempting to obtain copies of the 1970'sRussian research documents and results written byDrs. Luria and Perov specifying their clinical experiments inthis area.   
  • LEADERS of "living ORGANISATIONS“ don't endanger the plant they are tending. They value profits [OR REVENUE] the same way most people value oxygen -necessary for (business)life but not the purpose of it
  • “People do not resist change: they resist being changed” (KlasMellander*)Engaging people……[Talking later about developing consistent performance measures…..have to work on causes-not just effects…] -----------------------------------Guru inspired change management initiatives led by external consultants often do not stick: when the consultants go so does the energy [ BUT CATALYST] *Learning Tools Architect at Celemi Malmo Sweden)
  • [2#]Not talking at people…. …but working with them to bring ideas into beingEach has part of the big picture...!#[Use AI-type approaches]---------- to practice the key principles of a living system-connecting people-stirring the passion to make something work in their workplace... creating a positive level of energy. [ see BBC A. I. Case study-print.]Ask the team for their input... and be ready to hear what you NEED to hear - not necessarily what you WANT to hear.Alfie Kohn"An innovative, healthy organization requires that we work with people rather than do things to them.“ “Open Leadership]
  • #2 CLICKS-  -Imagineering EnvisioningNEW HOUSE 1978....SANDRA’S HORSE-----[DONKEY...]#What do you NOTICE ABOUT this Jigsaw?/ Need PATTERN for pieces to fit. #ACCELERATED PLANNING TECHNIQUE—VISION-STRATEGY-ACTION PLANNING—DYNAMIC PROCESS [ANYONE INTERESTED TALK TO ME AT DINNER]-----------------------------------------------------KEYWORDS:  DISTRIBUTIVE LEADERSHIP, ENGAGEMENT, PARTICIPATION, MULTIPLYING IMAGINATION, MODELLING AND EMPOWERING.---------------------------------------------IF TIME--DEMO APT FOR Breakthrough Thinking from Inside the Box (Coyne, Clifford & Dye, 2007)A semi-structured approach can generate great ideas even in familiar settings —and works better than unfettered brainstorming or strict quantitativeanalysis. 
  • #THANKS FOR LISTENING!##FEEDBACK FORMS----AND QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS
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    • 1. Bridge to the Future
      Tapping Hidden Energy-Cultivating Change
      Volunteer Centres in New Zealand
    • 2. Volunteer
      Verb -To offer (oneself or one's services) for some...purpose.
      Noun 1 - a person who voluntarily offers himself or herself for a service ...without pay.
      Noun 2-  A cultivated plant growing from self-sown or accidentally dropped seed.
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    • 3. You know all this
      Volunteers are not paid -- not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless. Unknown
      Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. Elizabeth Andrew
      Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead
      If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.   Booker T. Washington
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    • 4. Tapping hidden energy
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      Volcan.org
    • 5. New building material
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    • 6. Expectation & Preparation
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    • 7. Cholmondeley-A Friendly Refuge
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    • 8. A Special Gift to the People of Canterbury
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    • 9. Margaret and Hugh Heber Cholmondeley
    • 10. “...so far apart”
    • 11. Past and Future
      Video link:
      http://www.cholmondeley.org.nz/
      Click on YouTube item
    • 12. Our challenges/-and yours?
    • 13. Survival
      “It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.”
      W. Edwards Deming
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    • 14. Don't ever question the value of volunteers. Noah's Ark was built by volunteers; the Titanic was built by professionals.   Unknown
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    • 15. “Our organisation is divided up into watertight compartments – just like the Titanic!” Editor –international magazine
      The Winds of change shall not discourage the volunteer.
        Lorna Wilson
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    • 16. The Learning Organisation
      L > C
      “For an organisation to survive its rate of learning must be equal to, or greater than, the rate of change in its external environment.”
      Reg Revans as quoted by R.Garratt in ”The Learning Organisation”.
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    • 17. ... So much of today's turmoil is unprecedented that we can't find much guidance by looking to the past. For managers across the global economy... today's great question is, What do we do now?"
      Geoff Colvin How to Manage Your Business in a Recession
      Fortune magazine January 19, 2009
      What do we do now?
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    • 18. Some silver clouds
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    • 19. Engaging Your Community
      Power of network....5 people-10 relationships, 10 –45 etc
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    • 20. Facebook
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    • 21. YouTube repurposing
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      Hayley and Sophie Westenra 2000
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqsFoKMA1w0  
    • 22. New media-child’s play
      New interfaces
      http://www.slideshare.net/chadnorman/50-social-media-tactics-to-help-nonprofits-meet-their-mission
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    • 23. Focus on your Future
      Entrée
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      Growing the Living Organisation “ “To create better health in a living system, connect it to more of itself.“
      Margaret Wheatley
      H:My PicturesThe Living Organisation.doc
    • 25. Cultivating Change
      “An ecology is basically an open, complex adaptive system comprising elements that are dynamic and interdependent.” John Seely Brown 
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    • 26. A dead systems approach
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    • 31. Information Flows
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      Digital I-rrigation
    • 32. Focus on your Future
      Entrée
    • 33. Time to rethink your Business Strategy?
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      cvs≠bvs
    • 34. Great projects!
      “….people with great projects afoot…look further and more clearly into the future than people who are mired in day to day concerns. These former control the future because by necessity they must project themselves into it…”
      RobertGrudinTime and the Art of Living
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    • 35. Engaging your people?
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    • 36. “ People will support what they help to create." Marvin Weisbord
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    • 37. Harnessing Collective Intelligence
    • 38. Vision to action
      I have got a beautiful horse which I haven’t thought up the name of yet.
      I don’t know what colour it is.
      I don’t know how old it is.
      I have not ridden it yet but I will. Sandra Lukey, aged 8, 1980
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    • 39. Re-Focus your Thinking
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      (c) Lukey Resources Ltd
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      Over the Rainbow
      Eva Cassidy
    • 41. Bridge to the Future
      Tapping Hidden Energy-Cultivating Change
      Volunteer Centres in New Zealand