The Servant Marketer
A weekly podcast that explores the crossroads of Servant Leadership and the marketing profession. Each week marketing leaders, marketers, creatives, academics, and entrepreneurs share their experiences in marketing, leadership, business, and education to develop a new generation of marketers who serve first.
In the final episode of our special series on the ten characteristics of servant leadership, we celebrate an awe-inspiring perspective of the definition of stewardship and explore leadership through an Indigenous lens.
Dr. Karla Bird of the Blackfeet Amskapi Piikani Nation and Dr. Salena Beaumont Hill of the Crow Nation discuss the Indigenous experience with leadership and community contribution. And they explain why language around stewardship matters to people when an idea like volunteerism embeds their culture.
Hear how spirituality and collective responsibility heal tribal communities and why the two women believe in the freedom of choice over the notion of following.
Join us as we discuss:
- Examining stewardship through an Indigenous lens (11:46)
- Walking the line between appropriation and understanding (24:20)
- The spirit to choose in a non-hierarchal community of equals (38:31)
- Centering indigenous education in a system that doesn’t fit (47:05)
Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast:
- University of Montana
- Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods
- Reservation Dogs
- All My Relations
You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to The Servant Marketer on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here.
The Servant Marketer is a weekly podcast exploring the crossroads of Servant Leadership and the marketing profession. Each week marketing leaders, marketers, academics, entrepreneurs and creatives join host Jenny Petty to discuss how marketers can learn to serve first.
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