Native Studies 330

Indigenous Leadership

Course details

This course will provide an introduction to the theory, foundation and philosophy of leadership from both a contemporary and traditional Indigenous perspective. The learner will explore the role that Indigenous worldview, values, and culture play in helping to define leadership and the role of leadership from both a contemporary and traditional perspective. Learners will also become aware of how worldview, values, abilities and skills, ethics, emotional intelligence, self-monitoring and power contribute to effective leadership. Learners will explore the practical business of leading groups, leading change and developing as leaders through case studies from both traditional and contemporary contexts.

3 Credits - Social Sciences

Course prerequisites

NTST 101, 102, or 103

This course is also featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs.