Date: July 13-21, 2017
If you are an individual who has demonstrated leadership abilities, who has a proven record in community work to improve the lives of Pacific Americans and other indigenous people, and is well-versed in public policies and contemporary issues affecting Pacific Americans, the NAPALI leadership course can take your leadership skills to the next level.
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A typical schedule of a NAPALI training course may look like this:
Arrival; Welcoming Remarks; Opening Ceremony; Preparation for Weekend Activities.
Cultural Values; Cultural Differences; Spirituality; Education; Empowerment; Touring Cultural Project Sites; Athletic Activity.
Continuation of Day 2; Navigation Leadeship and Teamwork.
Cultural Values; Vision; Barriers and Opportunities; Public Policy Agendas.
Cultural Values; Leadership; Mentoring; Servant Leadership; Achieving Career Goals; Protocols
and Spirituality; Historical Sites Tour.
Cultural Values; Manifestation of Pacific American and Western Leadership Values; Effective Leadership; Mentoring.
Group Work: Establishment of Relationships with Mentors; Taking responsibility for self-development; Development of Individual Road Map.
Presentations of Individual Personal Journey; Graduation and Guest Speaker; Fellows and Elders; Cultural Closing Ceremony and Blessing.
841 Bishop Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
1 (808) 522-7278 Ext. 32
16538 Beach Drive, NE
Lake Forest Park, WA 98155