You will gain insight, practical skills and learn best practice solutions on meeting your tribal leader challenges head on. Join us as we partner and equip you to do your 'best work' as a tribal leader and gain a better understanding of the complex roles and responsibilities unique to tribal leadership.
Native Nation Events’ Leadership Solutions Group presents the Second Annual National Native American Leadership Forum at the Morgan Stanley Corporate Offices and World Headquarters in Times Square, New York, NY. After very successful regional Tribal Solution Summits, we are producing an agenda and content to address the next phase of issues, discussions and ideas for your tribes.
Native Nation Events' Native American Marijuana and Hemp Conference & Expo will be held September 9-10, 2015 at Harrah's Resort Southern California, located at 777 Harrah's Rincon Way in Valley Center, CA, just north of San Diego. Come hear prominent experts in the industry discuss the most recent legal, economic, social, and policy changes that are allowing Native America to enter into the marijuana market. Every day there is change, and we intend to sum it all up for you! This is a must-attend event if your tribe is considering other means to drive revenue!
The Fourth Annual Native American Housing Conference will be held September 14-15, 2015, right on the Strip at the The Linq Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Through a series of panels and round–table discussions, attendees will hear from top experts in the housing field on topics such as financing, federal loan and assistance programs, re-thinking NAHASDA, master planning, tax credits and more. At this forum, you will have more than ample time to network with tribal leaders and tribal housing directors representing over 100 tribes throughout the country and hear their success stories and ideas.
The Inaugural Tribal Accounting Conference will be held November 16-17, 2015 at the The Linq Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. In response to a significant demand for a conference dedicated to Tribal accounting, we have prepared a series of panels that will educate and inform Tribal accounting management and staff in the latest changes and developments, including insights on preparing for the “Super Circular”, adapting to the changes for your gaming operation brought about by Title 31, and the nuts and bolts of accounts payable and receivable. At this two-day forum, you will have the opportunity to network with tribal leaders and tax and accounting professionals who share a common goal: preparing you and your tribe for changing accounting needs, for today and planning for the future.
The Sixth Annual Native American Human Resources Conference will be held January 27-29, 2016 at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year's curriculum will be geared toward smaller workshops, designed for more interaction and more discussion over real-life scenarios among and between attendees, facilitators and speakers. At this three-day forum, you will have the opportunity to network with tribal leaders and Human Resources professionals who share the common goal of finding the most effective ways to manage their various tribes and enterprises.
At our Inaugural Native Alaskan Leadership Forum, we will be continuing the discussion on what successful leadership looks like and how to leverage that success. In this forum we will discuss the skills and tools that we need to be successful in leading others: Positive Communication, Engagement/Motivation, Taking action, and Delegation. It will also be a chance to pool the knowledge and experience of other leaders.