Archive for April 2015

Introducing Indigenous Cultural Advisory Services

April 25, 2015
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Having a challenge connecting with your Aboriginal partner?  Willing to consider an “outside-the-box” approach that can truly meet the needs of the community you are working with?  Nbisiing Consulting Inc.’s approach promotes a new way of doing business with First Nation, Métis and Inuit people.  In other words, an approach that is consistent with indigenous values, that is

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Why do I need to work with Aboriginal communities?

April 20, 2015
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Why is it a good practice to build working relationships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities? Set aside that it just might be the right thing to do, or that your dialogue may result in the necessary support, consent and social license to operate on traditional territory. The most basic rationale for good Aboriginal relations

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First Impressions: Meeting your Indigenous Partner for the First Time

April 14, 2015
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You may be a bit nervous, feeling unprepared and vulnerable. Or perhaps you are overconfident and feel this meeting may feel this is not a big deal. Either way, your first face-to-face meeting with a potential First Nation, Métis or Inuit partner is critical in building trust, and establishing a relationship that will lead to

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Due Consideration: Working with remote First Nations

April 6, 2015
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There are certain realities that must be considered when working with First Nation communities in remote parts of the country. If these considerations are not factored into an engagement plan, or your plan to work in partnership with First Nation communities, you may find your plans stifled by a lack of enthusiasm. High Cost –

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