Links to Learning Past Webinars
December 1, 2020
Entrepreneurship is one of the greatest opportunities to help build Indigenous peoples and communities . Kendal takes you on a journey by showing you how to use what you have in front of you and make something BIG out of it.
A four-time entrepreneur of the year, Kendal Netmaker shows entrepreneurs and organizations how to embrace the power of entrepreneurship. Kendal Netmaker helps Indigenous peoples Ignite The Entrepreneur Within!
Attendees will gain:
· How to launch & scale a profitable business
· Learn how to market your product/service
· Embrace the power of “using what you have in front you”
· Learn the top 3 secrets to growing a successful business
Presenter: Kendal Netmaker
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November 24 & 26, 2020
Establishing Decolonized Development Corporations
- In this workshop we will share with you the key considerations that we have walked leaders through to establish development corporations that operate in accordance with the characteristics of good corporate governance and are accountable to leaders, community citizens, and future generations.
- For our term decolonizing is informing and reframing your view of the world, which includes a critical analysis of the world around us (systems, policies, and assumptions), who we were prior to colonization, and how we wish to be in the world.
Learning outcomes include:
- Develop critical understanding of why and how colonial business law effects indigenous community economic development and how to overcome that bias.
- Understanding what First Nation DC’s must do to be effective;
- Understanding good corporate governance is.
Presenters: Laara E. Yaghujaanas, M.A. and Mark F. Salter
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November 10 & 12, 2020
Making Economic Resiliency and Recovery The New Norm
All over the world, communities and their economic development efforts are navigating uncharted waters. The COVID-19 pandemic has opened many questions about a post-COVID economy. While COVID-19 has been a devasting disaster affecting the world there are other disasters that can happen at any time and hit at a more local level. It does not matter if it is a flood, a fire, the closure of your major employer or something else that unexpectantly negatively impacts your economy. These disasters seem to be happening more frequently and your community needs to be prepared to ensure you have a resilient community if one happens. This session explores what you need to do to be ready for an economic disaster and to address current challenges impacting our economy.