Managing the Relationship of First Nation Political Leaders and their Staff

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Author: John Graham

This study provides a new, more practical approach to managing the relationship between political leaders and their staff in First Nations. The paper explores: the unique features that colour the relationship; the principles for how this relationship can be placed on sound footing; various approaches that First Nations have taken to create a sound relationship; and an analytical tool that can help leaders and staff to analyze their current relationship and decide where modifications are required.

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Institute on Governance

Institute on Governance

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