Bazile Minogiizhigaabo Panek, an independent Indigenous consultant, presents a transformative talk on “decolonizing leadership.” Drawing from traditional Ojibwe values and principles, Bazile delves into the urgent need for decolonizing leadership structures in organizations.
Using a case study from his work as the president of the Native American Student Association at Northern Michigan University, Bazile shares the challenges and benefits of implementing a decolonial leadership model. The presentation offers not only a critical examination of existing systems but also provides actionable recommendations for those looking to make meaningful change.
This talk is a must-attend for anyone interested in Indigenous perspectives on power and leadership, organizational change, and social justice.
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Barb Lundberg.