Wakatu Incorporation: Balancing Kaitiaki Stewardship and Commerce

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Chellie Spiller & Amber Nicholson

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    Chellie Spiller (of Ngāti Kahungunu descent) is Associate Dean Māori and Pacific and an associate professor at the University of Auckland Business School. Her research explores how Māori and Indigenous businesses create sustainable wealth and wellbeing. She has over 30 years of corporate experience in tourism, finance and marketing, holding senior executive positions in New Zealand and abroad, and brings this experience to her academic work and leadership and management development programmes. In 2013 her co-edited book with Donna Ladkin, Reflections on Authentic Leadership: Concepts, Coalescences and Clashes, was in the top ten leadership books of 2013 in the University of San Diego Outstanding Leadership Book Awards. She is a co-author of the 2015 book Wayfinding Leadership: Groundbreaking Wisdom for Developing Leaders and co-editor of the 2015 book Indigenous Spiritualties at Work: Transforming the Spirit of Business Enterprise.

    Amber Nicholson (of Ngāruahine descent) is a PhD candidate at the University of Auckland Business School, researcher at the Mira Szászy Research Centre for Māori and Pacific Economic Development and on the executive committee of the Business School Ngā Taniwha Māori Alumni network. Her current doctoral research ‘Arohia ngā tapuwae o ngā tāpuna: Heed the footprints of the ancestors’ looks at how the energy of ancestral landscapes from a Māori worldview shape business. She completed a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours in 2012 titled ‘A Takarangi of Well-being: An Ambicultural Approach to Business and Economics’.

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