Indigenous Leadership: Shaping a Global Movement for all Humanity
TLN’s mission is to support leadership development professionals and to progress leadership development in Australasia and the Indo-Pacific.
TLN is seeking to establish an indigenous leadership development dialogue. This includes exploring indigenous LD practices, and explore potential collaboration and pathways forward in a better world.
This panel session, hosted by Dr Michelle Deshong, will draw together themes of Indigenous leadership into a global context. We aim to contribute to ongoing global and inclusive leadership development for all humanity.
Michelle is from Townsville, North Queensland and draws her connection to Kuku Yulanji nation. She is an Australian Financial Review/Westpac 100 Women of Influence, and is completing her PhD on the participation of Aboriginal women in public and political life and is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research. She is a Fulbright Scholar and a national NAIDOC Scholar of the Year.
Michelle has worked in both the Government and NGO sectors, and has held many senior leadership roles, including as CEO of the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute. She has a strong commitment to human rights and gender equality and works to ensures that the voices of Indigenous women are represented at all levels.
The session focuses on LD professionals and Leadership Development practice; all are welcome.
Location: Online Date: November 15 Time: 2pm AEDT / 1.30pm ACDT / 1pm AEST / 12.30pm ACST / 11am AWST / 3pm FJT / 4pm NZDT Duration: 90 minutes (flexible format including substantial Q&A/Discusion time)
Free for TLN members, A$50 non-members. (+GST for Australian registrants)
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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, Louise Marra 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.
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