Native American Leaders’ Forum: 5 Factors of Successful Tribal Leadership

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TRAINING ALMOST SOLD OUT!!! 

Native Nation Events is pleased to announce the launch of our Native American Leaders’ Forum and our inaugural training event: 5 Factors of Successful Tribal Leadership.

With keynote addresses from top Native American leaders, we will be bringing you and other elected tribal leaders together for three-days of intensive leadership training. At the end of the training, you will return to your tribe re-energized and in possession of the tools that you need to be a more effective leader for your enterprises and people.

Registration for this event will be limited to 100 attendees and open to only elected tribal leaders. Don’t wait to register, this event is selling out! For registration questions, please contact us at 201-857-5333.

Who will guide your learning?

Faculty – Design Thinking

Ian Kitajima, Director of Business Development, Oceanit
Zubin Menon, Lead Business Development, Oceanit

Keynote Speakers
Jamie Fullmer, Chairman & CEO, Bluestone Strategy Group
Derrick Watchman, Chief Executive Officer, Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise; Chairman, NCAIED

What will you learn?

During this intensive training, you will examine and discuss the following 5 factors that are at the core of successful leadership:

1. Self-Awareness
2. Communication
3. Influence
4. Implementing Change
5. Risk Taking

How will you learn?

• Interactive Small- and Large-Group Activities
• Self-Evaluations
• Instructor Led Discussions
• Peer-to-Peer Discussions

By participating in the Native American Leaders’ Forum: 5 Factors of Successful Tribal Leadership, you will gain
personal insights, strategies, and expand your peer network. Most importantly, you will grow as a leader, which
will benefit you and your tribe for years to come.

Introduction to Design Thinking

In this hands-on lab, you will learn Design Thinking by doing. Design Thinking is a five-step human-centered problem solving process made famous by David Kelley of IDEO and Stanford University. Design Thinking captures the essence of innovation and puts it into an iterative process. Design Thinking is used by the world’s greatest innovators – Apple’s Steve Jobs, Google, FedEx, GE, as well as leaders in state, city, country government, and educators around the world who are transforming their organizations and culture. 

Event Venue:

Hawaii Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa
2424 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
(808)‐923‐1234