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This volume will appeal to a broad audience of scholars, students, and community leaders and offers a rich feast to anyone interested in the unique characteristics of Native leadership and research grounded in storytelling.
Carolyn Kenny is a professor of human development and Indigenous studies at Antioch University. Tina Ngaroimata Fraser, a Maori scholar, is an assistant professor in the School of Education at the University of Northern British Columbia where she also teaches in the School of Nursing and in the First Nations Studies program.
Foreword / Verna J. Kirkness Preface / Carolyn Kenny and Tina Ngaroimata Fraser 1 Liberating Leadership Theory / Carolyn Kenny Part 1: Leadership, Native Style 2 Learning to Lead Kokum Style: An Intergenerational Study of Eight First Nation Women / Yvonne G. McLeod 3 Elders' Teachings on Leadership: Leadership as Gift / Alannah Young Leon 4 Parental Involvement in First Nations Communities: Towards a Paradigm Shift / Evelyn Steinhauer 5 Skilay: Portrait of a Haida Artist and Leader / Carolyn Kenny (Nangx'aadasa'iid) Part 2: Collaboration Is the Key 6 Indigenous Grandmas and the Social Justice Movement / Raquel D. Gutierrez 7 Legacy of Leadership: From Grandmother's Stories to Kapa Haka / Tina Ngaroimata Fraser 8 The Four R's of Leadership in Indigenous Language Revitalization / Stelomethet Ethel B. Gardner 9 Transformation and Indigenous Interconnections: Indigeneity, Leadership, and Higher Education / Michelle Pidgeon 10 Translating and Living Native Values in Current Business, Global, and Indigenous Contexts / Gail Cheney 11 Approaching Leadership through Culture, Story, and Relationships / Michelle Archuleta Part 3: Healing and Perseverance 12 "We Want a Lifelong Commitment, Not Just Sweet Words": Native Visions for Educational Healing / Michelle M. Jacob 13 And So I Turn to Rita: Mi'kmaq Women, Community Action, Leadership, and Resilience / Patricia Doyle-Bedwell 14The Graceful War Dance: Engendering American Indian Traditional Knowledge and Practice in Leadership / Annette Squetimkin-Anquoe 15 Leaders Walking Backwards: Aboriginal Male Ex-Gang Members' Perspectives and Experiences / Alanaise Goodwill Contributors Index
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