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Aboriginal Engagement for the International Association of Public Participation
 

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The International Association of Public Practitioners or IAP2 invited me (Bob Joseph) to do a talk on the topic of "Aboriginal Engagement" at a recent AGM here in Vancouver, BC. We did a survey ahead ...

The International Association of Public Practitioners or IAP2 invited me (Bob Joseph) to do a talk on the topic of "Aboriginal Engagement" at a recent AGM here in Vancouver, BC. We did a survey ahead of the meeting and came up with the topics for the talk.

Topics included: how to engage in a respectful, effective, and successful way, how to build organizational commitment for Aboriginal consultation and engagement, hints and tips for meetings, dealing with difficult meetings and much more...

This is the presentation I shared with them. I also took this slide show and added an audio recording to create as slide cast. Please note I edited out longer questions to keep the video to under 30 minutes. Enjoy and be sure to share.

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    Aboriginal Engagement for the International Association of Public Participation  Aboriginal Engagement for the International Association of Public Participation Presentation Transcript

    • Aboriginal Engagement International Association of Public Participation AGM November 21, 2013 © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Welcome Presenter Biography Background information Questions comments Cell Phones Copy of presentation
    • Survey Driven Topics: Engaging in a Respectful, Effective and Successful way Building organizational support for Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement. Hints and tips for when I'm in meetings. Unintentionally culturally insensitive or offensive- knowing protocols How do I know if my consultation is going well? Dealing with difficult questions when at meetings. Balancing the interests of elected leaders and community IBA vs. Jobs etc. © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Building organizational support for Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement. © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Business Case for Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples • Risk Management • Reward Enhancement • Social Responsibility © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Business Case for Industrials Risk Management • Past land and resource use • Present land use and acquisition • New Nation to Nation treaty arrangements • Indian reserve land access • Taxation of assets on band lands © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Business Case for Industrials Risk Management • New Nation to Nation self-gov’t arrangements • Legal requirements for consultation • Maintenance of existing plant and equipment • Regulations - consultation on new developments © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Business Case for Industrials Reward Enhancement • Continued access to lands and resources • Address long term employment challenges • Take advantage of changes in Nation to Nation treaty arrangements • Deal with emerging Aboriginal self-government structures © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Business Case for Industrials Reward Enhancement • Avoid costly legal challenges • Protect and enhance organizational reputation • Protect shareholder value • Take advantage of social responsibility values • Meet the requirements of financial organizations © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • How do I know if my consultation is going well? © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Aboriginal Consultation • What is meaningful consultation? • What is enough consultation? • What is accommodation? • Is it safe or wise business practice to rely on the Crown to conduct adequate and meaningful consultation? Page 111 © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Canada’s Constitution 35 (1) The existing aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal people in Canada are hereby recognized and affirmed. (2) In this act “Aboriginal Peoples of Canada” includes the Indian, Inuit, and Métis Peoples of Canada. (3) For greater certainty, in subsection (1) “treaty rights” includes rights that now exist by way of land claims agreements or may be so acquired. (4) Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, the aboriginal and treaty rights referred to in subsection (1) are guaranteed equally to male and female persons. Page 39 © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Engaging in a Respectful, Effective and Successful way © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Evaluate Research Transform Customize Evaluate Strategize RESPECT Present © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Discovery-New World • 1/5 worlds population already here, 100, 000,000 • Old as time itself or time immemorial • It's hard to discover something when there is already 100,000,000 people there and from there perspective it's an old world Page 15
    • Present Acronyms Colloquialisms Terms to Avoid © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Present First Meeting Protocol I would like to thank the First Nation(s) for agreeing to meet with us and inviting us into your traditional territory. Pronunciations I would like to thank the Dene Tha and Beaver people for agreeing to meet with us today and for welcoming us to their treaty territory. © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Present Hand Shake © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Present Eye Contact © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
    • Thanks Learn Connect Grow www.workingeffectivelywithaboriginalpeoples .com