Celebrating Heritage - Sharing the Future
The dominant narrative of leadership in western cultures has been informed mostly by European perspectives. And yet throughout the world Indigenous peoples have always exercised and nurtured leadership. They have done this even through the sometimes catastrophic effects of colonisation and dispossession.
So how can Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples now learn about leadership together? How do we perhaps establish an Indigenous leadership development dialogue, explore LD practices, and explore potential collaboration and pathways forward for a better world: a world where the impacts of colonisation are addressed, where trauma can start to be healed, and where indigenous leadership learning can be built into all leadership development practice?
Bringing together some of the world’s best LD professionals, this Series comprises almost entirely Indigenous practitioners, and is an opportunity for new insights, connectedness and mutual support.
This series includes:
Commencing the Indigenous
27 September AEST
Leadership New Zealand
6 October 2pm AEDT / 1.30pm ACDT / 12.30pm ACST / 11am AWST / 3pm FJT / 4pm NZDT
Centre for Aboriginal
25 October 2pm AEDT / 1.30pm ACDT / 12.30 ACST / 11 AWST / 3pm FJT / 4pm NZDT
MD, Deshong & Associates
Indigenous Leadership: Shaping a Global Movement for all Humanity
15 November 2pm AEDT / 1.30pm ACDT / 12.30pm ACST / 11am AWST / 3pm FJT / 4pm NZDT
TLN Members: No charge (not a member? Year-long memberships start at just A$295 and have a wide range of benefits including substantial free and discounted event access. Join here)
Purchase the Series Package: A$120+GST
(Visit our events page to purchase individual sessions: A$50/$70+ GST ea)
Numbers are limited.
Further information available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
TLN is a non-profit member association, founded in 1995. Over the past several years we've held multiple highly acclaimed events, featuring Marty Linsky, Niki Vincent, Ed O'Malley, Lisa Lahey, Brigid Nossal, Philip Hayton and many others. We're focusing on building our profession by bringing leadership practitioners together to make progress and build networks. We want to benefit the world through better leadership development in individual practitioners and in business, government and civic organisations.
Leadership Network exists to support individuals and organisations who build
leadership capacity in their organisations and communities.
Dominique Mecoy, Chairvia: email@example.com