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Keys for Developing Relationships with Indigenous Communities

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Length
1 jour
9h à 17h

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Rate
Regular price
$1,195
Sale price
$1,195
Regular price
Language

French

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Émilie Mazet
Émilie Mazet
Program Manager

GOALS

  • Learn about the historical, political and organizational contexts of First Nations.
  • Identify key factors in developing productive business relationships with Indigenous communities.
  • Broaden your professional network and make connections with those involved or interested in Indigenous reconciliation and economic development.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Your job requires you to interact with First Nations communities or organizations.
  • A well-informed understanding of the relevant issues is a must in strategically aligning your activities.
  • You are interested in learning more about the concept of economic reconciliation and fine-tuning your skills.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • You will develop your proficiency and learn directly from two First Nations Executive Education instructors in a safe space for dialogue and reflection.
  • The program content is developed and taught by a First Nations and non-Indigenous pair of instructors.
  • Participants will hear first hand from an Indigenous business owner.
  • Indigenous spiritual greeting
  • Political and organizational context of First Nations
  • Political and legal context of First Nations in Quebec
  • First Nations: Myths and realities

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Immersion in First Nations culture
  • First Nations quiz
  • Group discussions
  • First-hand account from an Indigenous business owner
  • Sharing of participants’ experiences
  • Candid questions from participants welcome at all times
Éric Cardinal

President, SEIZE03

Ian Picard

EMBA McGill - HEC Montréal

Deputy Manager of Development and Asset Management, RBA Financial Group

On-site

Keys for Developing Relationships with Indigenous Communities

Presentation Program Instructors

GOALS

  • Learn about the historical, political and organizational contexts of First Nations.
  • Identify key factors in developing productive business relationships with Indigenous communities.
  • Broaden your professional network and make connections with those involved or interested in Indigenous reconciliation and economic development.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Your job requires you to interact with First Nations communities or organizations.
  • A well-informed understanding of the relevant issues is a must in strategically aligning your activities.
  • You are interested in learning more about the concept of economic reconciliation and fine-tuning your skills.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • You will develop your proficiency and learn directly from two First Nations Executive Education instructors in a safe space for dialogue and reflection.
  • The program content is developed and taught by a First Nations and non-Indigenous pair of instructors.
  • Participants will hear first hand from an Indigenous business owner.
  • Indigenous spiritual greeting
  • Political and organizational context of First Nations
  • Political and legal context of First Nations in Quebec
  • First Nations: Myths and realities

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Immersion in First Nations culture
  • First Nations quiz
  • Group discussions
  • First-hand account from an Indigenous business owner
  • Sharing of participants’ experiences
  • Candid questions from participants welcome at all times
Éric Cardinal

President, SEIZE03

Ian Picard

EMBA McGill - HEC Montréal

Deputy Manager of Development and Asset Management, RBA Financial Group

TESTIMONIAL(S)

“This is an excellent training program on the historical, political and social contexts of Indigenous peoples. I really appreciated the fact that it was taught by both an HEC Montréal lecturer and a First Nations representative. The combination of academic insight and traditional Indigenous knowledge is very enlightening.”

- Catherine Gaudreau, Director, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Fasken
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