Māori leadership in a globalising world

Herbst, Pauline
August 2008
New Zealand Management;Aug2008 Supplement, p16
The article features Māori leaders Mick Brown, Shelley Campbell and Pita Sharpies and their experiences and expectations for emerging Māori leaders. Mick Brown is a retired judge and academic who is credited for much of the philosophy and development behind New Zealand's Youth Court justice system. Traditionally, Māori leaders were compared to an ornamented canoe: a sheltering Rata tree, an upstanding Tōtara tree; or a steadfast and committed rock. Campbell, meanwhile, thinks that Māori are natural leaders.


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