Learning from Indigenous Leadership
Fireside chat

An online fireside chat where we’ll discuss incorporating indigenous leadership into business models of today; how indigenous styles work alongside contemporary leadership; and how we are approaching this topic in Leading Change for Good.

Event overview

Leadership for good is not a new concept, in fact communities all over the world for generations have been utilising models of leading that we can learn so much from.

As part of Leading Change for Good, our newest Postgraduate Certificate, we’re looking into the integration of indigenous leadership, alongside contemporary leadership, for our communities, organisations and industries.

Join us online for this engaging fireside panel chat.

This fireside chat is designed for

  • Those who are keen to make positive change in their community, business, industry, or wider.
  • Those who have an idea for sustainable change they want to lead, big or small, for the benefit of others and/or the the planet – or can see where change is needed.
  • Varied industries from self-employed, SME’s, large corporates, government, not for profit, anyone who wants to lead innovative and sustainable change for good.

What we'll discuss

Indigenous leadership models such as Relational Leadership, Servant Leadership and Ethical Leadership, and how we're approaching them in Leading Change for Good.
Kaupapa Māori values
Our approach, how we're bringing these values into our teaching and learning and analysing social change from an indigenous viewpoint.

The details

  • Fireside chat: panel of speakers with our facilitator asking questions, and opening the floor to audience questions
  • Wednesday 7th October, 2020
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Free online info session delivered via Zoom

What is 'Leading Change for Good'?

The Mind Lab’s Leading Change for Good is a new Postgraduate Certificate that focuses on leadership and transformation for real, lasting impact where it matters the most. It’s a 34-week programme, with our next intake starting in November 2020, the first of it’s kind in New Zealand.

The programme aims to provide people from diverse industries and communities with the knowledge and skills to effectively instigate and lead collaborations and partnerships, and apply environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable practices for positive impact in times of change.

Sign up to attend

Fill in your details below to secure your spot and we’ll email you with the Zoom link.