Archive for July 2015

New leader, executive, Chief or Council? The first 100 days are critical

July 28, 2015

Change is inevitable. Anything from your financial picture, to election terms, to executive management – there will be a need to manage that change. With that change often comes new leadership. It’s essential to orient new leadership efficiently in order to row the organizational canoe in the right direction. In order to have a successful

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Anishinaabe Involvement in Politics: A Panel Discussion

July 13, 2015

  WHERE:  Nipissing First Nation Administrative Complex 36 Semo Road, Garden Village, Ontario P2B3K2 WHEN:  Wednesday, July 22, 2015 TIME:  7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Please join us for coffee & refreshments and a great dialogue among good friends.  As a community, Nipissing First Nation is in a period of political change. In order to stay ahead of

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Four Ways That Organizations Can Make Effective Use of the Summer Downtime

July 7, 2015

Summer time is a good time for some reflection and relaxation. Employees will be enjoying the beautiful weather on vacation. You may be finding that the office is fairly quiet these days. We’re in the welcome days of the corporate summer downtime. However, for an effective organization, there is no downtime. There are always operational

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