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Add to my calendar 2022-05-31 12:30:00 2022-05-31 13:45:00 Royal Roads University: Decolonizing Leadership Webinar series Please join us virtually for Royal Roads University: Relational Systems Thinking: That's how change is going to come, from our Earth Mother. This series explores important leadership topics from Indigenous perspectives and seeks to deepen relationships with Indigenous knowledge and ways of being and doing and encourage all leaders to consider how we can transform our leadership practices. Systems Theory, Systems Thinking, Systems Change, and so on have become popular topics in the field of Leadership Studies. However, many of the underlying systems principles derived from ancient wisdom in Indigenous cultures worldwide. Drawing upon her 2021 article, Relational Systems Thinking: That's how change is going to come, from our Earth Mother, as well as her doctoral work engaging in conversations with Haudenosaunee Elders and Western systems thinkers, Melanie identifies cross-cultural dialogues as a doorway to healing, transformation, and spiritual understanding. This is the second episode of the Decolonizing Leadership Webinar Series, hosted by the School of Leadership Studies at Royal Roads University. This series is funded by the Exploring New Ways Funding stream which supports curriculum innovations to increase Indigeneity and understanding. Speaker: Melanie Goodchild How to join: Registration required https://www.royalroads.ca/node/10348/register/event_registration after registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the zoom information to join.  Agenda and more information Disclaimer: The CME Event Calendar contains information originating from other sources. While every attempt is made to ensure that all information is accurately referenced, we do not guarantee the accuracy, quality or CME accreditation of posted events. Before registering for this event, please refer to the provincially harmonized CME Policy regarding reimbursement requirements for courses and conferences. Online Event Physician Education physician.education@northernhealth.ca America/Vancouver public
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Add to Calendar: End Date 2022-06-30 15:25:34 2022-05-31 13:45:00 Royal Roads University: Decolonizing Leadership Webinar series Melanie Goodchild presents on relational systems thinking and identifies cross-cultural dialogues as a doorway to healing, transformation, and spirit Online Event Physicians rajbir.singh@opin.ca America/Vancouver public

Please join us virtually for Royal Roads University: Relational Systems Thinking: That's how change is going to come, from our Earth Mother. This series explores important leadership topics from Indigenous perspectives and seeks to deepen relationships with Indigenous knowledge and ways of being and doing and encourage all leaders to consider how we can transform our leadership practices. Systems Theory, Systems Thinking, Systems Change, and so on have become popular topics in the field of Leadership Studies. However, many of the underlying systems principles derived from ancient wisdom in Indigenous cultures worldwide. Drawing upon her 2021 articleRelational Systems Thinking: That's how change is going to come, from our Earth Mother, as well as her doctoral work engaging in conversations with Haudenosaunee Elders and Western systems thinkers, Melanie identifies cross-cultural dialogues as a doorway to healing, transformation, and spiritual understanding. This is the second episode of the Decolonizing Leadership Webinar Series, hosted by the School of Leadership Studies at Royal Roads University.

This series is funded by the Exploring New Ways Funding stream which supports curriculum innovations to increase Indigeneity and understanding.

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  • Melanie Goodchild

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Disclaimer: The CME Event Calendar contains information originating from other sources. While every attempt is made to ensure that all information is accurately referenced, we do not guarantee the accuracy, quality or CME accreditation of posted events. Before registering for this event, please refer to the provincially harmonized CME Policy regarding reimbursement requirements for courses and conferences.

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