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Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion – Creating Workplaces-of-Choice for Aboriginal Talent
Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion
Creating Workplaces-of-Choice for Aboriginal Talent
Training Workshops · Five Modules · Expertise
The New ROI (Return on Inclusion) for Canadian Business…
Purchase Canada’s first Aboriginal recruitment, retention and advancement self-study modules and management training workshops that complement and expand on the topics, strategies and tools presented in each of the five modules. Tap into the expertise delivered by Canada’s leading innovators in Aboriginal human resource development. Use our seven-stage Inclusion Continuum to position your company on the continuum and implement strategies that develop Aboriginal inclusion in your workplace.Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion is an ensemble of learning tools that walk you through the seven stages of Aboriginal inclusion.
The Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion program will help you create prosperity for Aboriginal people and position your organization as an employer-of-choice for top flight Aboriginal talent.
Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion will help you:
o support the business case for creating a workplace inclusive of Aboriginal people
o find urban and rural top-flight Aboriginal talent throughout Canada
o improve Aboriginal retention by addressing the root causes of turnover
o communicate more effectively with Aboriginal people
o work intensively with Aboriginal suppliers and communities
o develop policies and strategies to successfully hire, train, mentor and advance Aboriginal employees
o nurture skills to fully engage Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal employees
o better position your organization as an employer-of-choice for Aboriginal talent
o implement employee engagement drivers for success
o incorporate these practices into workplace culture.
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