An important part of leadership is being able to effectively communicate to a broad range of audiences. Due to patriarchal colonization, the traditional role of women in many indigenous communities was disrupted and displaced. As we continue to heal and restore kinship traditions, more women are stepping forward to reclaim leadership roles within their community.
This session will identify ways to improve your communication skills and how to adapt in a variety of settings, including internal communications within your own organization, public speaking and media engagement, as well as formal communications between tribes, states and federal entities. Learn how to effectively communicate and be an advocate for the issues that you are passionate about!
This is the first leadership skill and professional development session presented by Indigenous Women’s Leadership Network. It will be recorded and shared on the IWLN website.
For questions about this event email firstname.lastname@example.org.