Michael Moka is a successful and authentic entrepreneur who helps organizations promote more indigenous people into senior management roles.
Michaels vision is to become the market leader in cultural diversity and inclusion inevitably empowering indigenous to empower themselves.
The goal is to conquer the poverty cycle for over 1,000,000 indigenous families world-wide who want to get out. To empower indigenous to get out of the rat race and learn that dreams can go higher then putting a roof over their head and food on the table through conquering poverty mindset. They will be empowered to dream and practically plan to achieve those dreams.
Indigenous Growth is taking a culturally diverse approach. Building our people from the grass roots level to provide a more diverse and profitable culture for all organizations.
Connecting your people. Diversifying your business. We help you implement your cultural diversity and inclusion strategy by developing leaders, teams, and organizational cultures that enhances engagement, innovation, and performance holistically.
To watch his Ted Talk follow this link here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9FguL2lfHo
Session length: 90 minutes
Executive education and tools are focused in growing the productivity and efficiency of people while in employment. A reality is that Executive education and tools are not relatable and relevant to an indigenous way of living and being. It also shows that people who take up this education are in management positions. In NZ we have a poor representation of indigenous people reflected in high management positions in non-indigenous organisations.
For organisations who want to be leading edge and want to hire more indigenous workers, Michael will give examples of how he has provided a platform for our indigenous people to embrace who they are, where they come from and use those very values to enhance organisations (Community | Corporate etc). Our role as Indigenous people is to embrace who we are, to bring those intrinsic abilities to our everyday decisions, lead the way around diverse thinking and show cohesiveness with people who do not identify with being indigenous.