First Nations Education Leadership – November
This two-day webinar (four sessions) will enable participants to identify and apply the core leadership skills needed in communities, schools, and/or school boards/ organizations to support the work of First Nations Education. Learn about: leadership theories and models; First Nations traditions, cultural practices, and values; and assessing leadership styles. An overview of leadership strengths will be examined, such as self-awareness, influence, and communication. Focus on traditional ways of leading and how this differs from the mainstream approach.
November 7 – S1 & 2 | November 8 – S3 & 4
Session Content Outline for 4 Sessions
- Leadership Theories and Perspectives
- First Nations Leadership Traditions, Cultural Practices, and Strengths
- Assessing Leadership Styles
- Applying Leadership Practices at the Local Level to Meet the Needs of Schools, Families, Organizations and Communities
Webinar Fee: $400 for members; $500 for non-membersRegister Myself
The deadline to register is 30 days before the course is scheduled to start. Registrants may cancel and receive a refund, minus a 10% administration fee, if cancellation is received in writing 30 days before the course begins. No refunds are issued for cancellations received after this date. Substitutions are accepted. Cancellations/substitutions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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