The wisdom of differentiating between Indigenous leader and Indigenous leadership

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Ryan, Tess and Evans, Michelle. (2020). The wisdom of differentiating between Indigenous leader and Indigenous leadership. In In Intezari, Ali, Spiller, Chellie and Yang, Shih-ying (Ed.). Practical wisdom, leadership and culture : Indigenous, Asian and Middle-Eastern perspectives pp. 46-62 Routledge.
AuthorsRyan, Tess and Evans, Michelle
EditorsIntezari, Ali, Spiller, Chellie and Yang, Shih-ying
Abstract

[Extract] In this chapter we show that singling out individuals as Indigenous leaders has ramifcations both for the individual identifed as well as the Indigenous community that the individual is associated with. Further, we show how these ramifcations are not always positive.

Page range46-62
Year2020
Book titlePractical wisdom, leadership and culture : Indigenous, Asian and Middle-Eastern perspectives
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationLondon, United Kingdom
New York, NY
SeriesThe practical wisdom in leadership and organization series
ISBN9780367151782
9780429055508
Web address (URL)https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/acu/detail.action?docID=6226458
Output statusPublished
Publication dates
Print17 Jul 2020
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Deposited01 Oct 2021
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