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Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)
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Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM)

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This is part one of Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM).

This is part one of Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples(TM).

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  • 1. Working Effectively With Aboriginal Peoples™ © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 2. WelcomeFacilitator BiographyBackground informationQuestions, Comments, StatementsDon’t have all the answersBreaksCell PhonesPage Numbers © 2013Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 3. Please Allow Me To Introduce You Who is your colleague?What does your colleague do?What does your colleague want to get out ofthis workshop?What is one thing no one in room knowsabout your colleague? © 2013Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 4. Topics:Historical Background Definitions Nations To Wards and Back Business Case Again Aboriginal ConsultationNegotiating Treaties Aboriginal Self-Gov’t RESPECT Aboriginal Peoples: Then and Now © 2013Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 5. Historical Background: Land bridge Waves of Migration Clovis Point Arrowheads © 2013Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 6. Creation or Supreme Beings © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 7. Creation or Supreme Beings © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 8. Creation or Supreme Beings © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
  • 9. Engineering © 2013 Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.

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