Indigenous Women in Leadership
Examine the issues, challenges, and inequities that you as a woman face as you strive to fulfill the responsibilities of your job, meet the needs of your family members, and answer the demands of your community.
Foundations of Purpose
We each carry a singular and precious gift for the world, but too often it is hidden away, even from ourselves. Let that gift re-animate your life and work with provocation and guidance from master educators, artists, and fellow travellers.
Reconciliation and Right Relations
This program will create an understanding of the truth of our shared Canadian history, inspire participants to learn more about Indigenous ways of knowing, and move participants individually and organizationally into the act of reconciliation.
This new program enables leaders to excel as they work to strengthen Canada’s creative and cultural sectors. The program will develop skills, networks, and contextual understanding of leadership in these sectors.
The Leadership Craft of Connecting
Leadership is about taking initiative, which is—in every sense—a creative act. To excel at any creative act, you must work to master your craft. This program presents practices that support participants to improve their leadership craft through the release of their own creativity. The program enables leaders to anticipate, prepare for, and navigate our complex world.
Good Governance for Indigenous Councils and Boards
Explore the structure and management of a governing body for maximum efficiency and effectiveness, with particular focus on building solid foundations for Indigenous good governance.
Indigenous Strategic Planning
This program will prepare you to implement a community, organization, or board strategic planning session; help you focus resources on specific strategies; and provide an understanding of how to keep the plan alive through evaluation, revision, and performance measurement.
Best Practices in Indigenous Business and Economic Development
Examine the fundamental issues of governance, such as the creation of culturally appropriate governmental institutions and the role of Indigenous leaders in effectively planning, creating, and promoting economic policy for self-determined Indigenous development.