INIDGIENOUS AWARENESS & HEALING IN THE CORPORATE WORLD
Start the conversation in the workplace on reconciliation, diversity, equality and inclusion.
What do you know about Indigenous Peoples and the issues they face, past versus present. Residential School Residue
Addressing the ABC's of Reconciliation
Autonomy, we all know is the freedom and ability to decide how to live ones own life, right? Wrong if you were an Indigenous person. Discover how Indigenous people were subjugated and this carved out the brokenness within Indigenous peoples. Then let us discuss how we can bring Autonomy back.
Being - The Indian and looking at past in order to identify the break down of historical injustices, colonization, broken promises, identify/eliminate inequality. Privilege.
Culture - let us learn about indigenous history, culture in each region as we do not belong in the same basket, intergenerational trauma and where it stems from then introduce residential school residue.
Building relationships beyond media damage (Tokenism) feeling like a token in the workplace?
Indigenous Culture vs Western Civilization - the different approaches when dealing with traditional customs, belief systems, political systems, tendencies within cultural thought and practices.
Do you understand the differences between consultation and engagement? The principles of justice versus Injustice
Are you prepared for first contact? Restore, Reframe, and Restart
How to apply the seven grandfather teachings (Love, Respect, Bravery, Truth, Honesty, Humility & Wisdom) in relationship building and negotiations. The Reconciliation Bridge
What is protocol? Respect
Meditation the art of connectedness
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop gives your employees the tools to understand their own biases and have more respect for their coworkers. The goal is to foster a respectful, inclusive and equitable environment where everyone can thrive.
UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA IN OUR ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES – Introduction
Trauma, this is very visible in our Aboriginal Communities as a result of the Residential School experience, built upon traumas from earlier forms of Injustice and Oppression which continues to be built upon Contemporary forms such that the Trauma is cumulative, with Oppression and Abuse becoming internalized leading to a sense of Shame and Hopelessness, that is transmitted and built upon through Generations.
RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL RESIDUE
An all day workshop on site or two day online workshop that creates cultural history awareness, sensitivities and understanding of historical and generational trauma and how it transcends into our today.
An edutaining approach and fun filled workshop on identifying and working with different personality's, a great team builder.