The development of sustainable businesses is vital to the future prosperity of Indigenous people and essential to improving the overall prospects for employment, skill, and capacity development. More and more, our leaders are realizing that education is not the only “buffalo” of today, but so is Indigenous business.
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Indigenous Leadership Management
“Look at the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. In the story it left a smile and disappeared. Maybe certain things can exist without the particle, without the cat in this case. The notion of the smile comes back to dichotomous thinking. There is more than one science, more than one way to look at things.”
First Nation, Métis, and Inuit leaders across Canada are recognizing the need to establish, strengthen, and implement their own systems…
The research project focused on four Indigenous communities in Alberta with the goal of providing rural leaders the tools for successful self-governance and sustainable community development.
“Good day, all my relations! It is good to see that the good spirit has brought us together! I pray…