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Conference Paper

Addie, C., and W. L. Adair, "Indigenous workers and conflict management", 32nd Annual Conference of the International Association for Conflict Management, Dublin, Ireland, Submitted.
Sehgal, A., and W. L. Adair, "Indigenous peoples in the workplace: A meta-analysis examining unemployment and workplace experiences among Indigenous populations", 80th Annual Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2019.
Adair, W. L., and L. Campbell, "Symposium: Creating space for an Indigenous work psychology: Situating work (part 1) and lived experiences of work (part 2)", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.
Adair, W. L., and C. Kwantes, "Symposium: Situating work, lived experiences, relational conversations, leadership style preferences, and alumni engagement", 25th Annual Meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2018.

Conference Proceedings

Kwantes, C. T., and T. Stonefish, "Acculturation and leadership style preferences", 25th Annual Meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2018.
Hewitt, K., "Exploring Indigenous workplace narratives", 25th Annual Meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2018.
Hewitt, K., "Exploring Indigenous workplace narratives", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.
Campbell, L., "Indigenous alumni engagement", 25th Annual Meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2018.
Somerville, E., and A. Martin, "Indigenous employee satisfaction and well-being", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.
McDonald, J., "Indigenous identity in the workplace", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.
Sehgal, A., and W. L. Adair, "Indigenous Workways: Developing a relational conversation protocol", 25th Annual Meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2018.
Sehgal, A., "Indigenous Workways: Developing a relational conversation protocol", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.
Caine, M., "Lived experiences of work", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.
Belmore, D., "Stories of work and the four Rs", 25th Annual Meeting of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2018.
Belmore, D., "Stories of work and the four Rs", 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2018.

Journal Article

Kwantes, C. T., and T. Stonefish, "Discovering the meaning of leadership: A First Nations exploration", Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 73-87, 2019.
Kwantes, C. T., "Leadership and followership", Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 20-24, 2019.
Kwantes, C. T., T. Stonefish, W. L. Adair, and W. Weir, "Contextualizing lessons learned from sharing knowledge-building relationships: Aboriginal experiences in the cross-cultural workplace", Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 33-52, 2017.
Adair, W. L., C. T. Kwantes, T. Stonefish, R. Badea, and W. Weir, "Conversations about Aboriginal work experiences: Reflections for community members, organizations, and the academy", Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 53-72, 2017.
Kwantes, C. T., and T. Stonefish, "Values and acculturation: A Native Canadian exploration", International Journal of Intercultural Relations, vol. 61, pp. 63-76, 2017.

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