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Intermediate Wise Practices in Indigenous Leadership – Fall 2022
This program renews our relationship with wise practices during a time of great change for humanity. We will activate community wisdom through local and global case studies, deepen critical skills, reawaken gifts, and re-envision what leaders need to thrive while living holistically into responsibilities, inherent well-being, and abundance.
Participants will have the opportunity to bring the Wise Practice Indigenous leadership model to life within their roles and organizations, while on a personal and professional leadership journey. This program will create the space to regenerate and re-envision, while expanding roots of identity, knowledge, and cultural values within each person’s authentic leadership style. The program will support participants from theory into practice and action with the guidance of faculty and Elders, through land-based learning, hands-on case studies, arts and culture, and community dialogue. Wise Practices in Indigenous Leadership will provide an opportunity to center, strengthen, and balance cultural and contemporary leadership competencies.
This program fulfills the requirements for the Certificate of Indigenous Leadership, Governance, and Management Excellence.
What does the program offer?
– Wise Practice Indigenous leadership model, research, and case studies
– Centering Indigenous wisdom and leadership concepts in practice
– Deep Listening and Story Telling
– Land-based learning
– Transformational change: cultural illuminance and living systems thinking
– Relational leadership: collaboration and partnerships
– Transformational, value-based leadership
– Wisdom, change leadership and spherical intelligence
*This program prioritizes Indigenous learners, and those working for Indigenous communities and organizations, as such our funding prioritizes these learners as well.
Program Dates: October 16 – 21, 2022
Registration Deadline: September 13, 2022
Learn more and apply online: https://bit.ly/3Mb9tQi