The Native Nations Institute developed the “Rebuilding Native Nations: Strategies for Governance and Development” course series with Native nation leaders as a primary audience. The courses offer a comprehensive overview of what is working, what isn’t, and why as Native nations work to rebuild their nations, providing leaders with proven approaches, strategies and tools for effective governance and leadership. In these courses, Native nation leaders learn directly from their peers about the critical role leaders play in helping the nation set a strategic vision for its long-term future, and then putting in place the governing institutions, laws, codes, policies and other mechanisms necessary to making that vision a reality. They explore the vital role that leaders play as educators (as well as decision-makers), equipping leaders with knowledge and tools that will enable them to do their jobs better and create a lasting legacy of progress and success that their nations can build upon.
* Native nation leaders will benefit from taking all of the “Rebuilding Native Nations” course offerings, but the above courses are particularly relevant given their distinct roles in rebuilding Native nations.