Indigenous Leadership Program
In partnership with the First Nations University of Canada, the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is pleased to offer the Indigenous Leadership Program (ILP).
By the end of this workshop, participants will have an understanding of:
- The legislative frameworks and how they impact First Nations in Saskatchewan;
- Good public administration tools and have management oversight skills;
- The pillars of good governance and be able to model First Nations’ best practices; and,
- Effective engagement strategies to use with their communities and stakeholders.
Working with First Nations communities, our facilitators will identity the unique needs of each client group and custom the 2-day workshop to ensure the training is successful. The goal of the Indigenous Leadership Program is to equip participants with essential leadership skills and tools they will use to implement good governance in their communities.
Past clients include:
- Peepeekisis Cree Nation
- Cowessess First Nation
- Fishing Lake First Nation
- Muskowekwan First Nation
If you are interested in bringing this workshop to your community, please contact Mike Dubois to discuss learning needs, costing and scheduling:
"Building capacity within Cowessess First Nation is about identifying our strengths and our opportunities; the ILP allowed each participant to understand the role we all play in our continuous growth."
~ Chief Cadmus Delorme, Cowessess First Nation
"ILP gave leadership and staff an insight to ways of improving and enhancing our service delivery to membership."
~ Angie Ironstar, Director of Finance, Peepeekisis Cree Nation