Aboriginal Leadership (LEAD) - Concepts and Ethics of Indigenous Leadership

LEAD 1006  Concepts and Ethics of Indigenous Leadership


Three hours of lecture per week




Students explore the concepts and ethics of leadership in Indigenous contexts. Students study both traditional and contemporary Indigenous concepts of leadership, leadership qualities, and the ethical challenges that leaders face today. Issues of judgment, cultural conflict, meaningful engagement, and successful representation of constituents. This course includes a service learning component.  This course may be credited towards Indigenous Studies.

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