Our seminar on Human Relationship Skills with Indigenous Peoples focuses on building a significantly stronger relationship of respect, awareness, understanding, trust, and cultural sensitivity between Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous people.

Our training focuses on the cultural dimensions that are different between Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous people. We explain these cultural differences between Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and the Western culture of non-Indigenous Canadians so that Canada’s Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous people significantly better understand each other and move forward in a relationship of trust.

Human Relationship Skills with Indigenous Peoples is highly relevant to employers in Canada since the Federal Government’s has made a very strong commitment to implement policies, backed by new legislation, to achieve a much stronger partnership of reconciliation, equal opportunity, and mutual respect between Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous people in Canada.

Canada’s Indigenous Peoples consist of three distinct groups of highly diverse and spiritual peoples: First Nations, Metis, and Inuit. Different Indigenous Peoples bands and communities have diverse traditions, customs, ceremonies, and spiritual practices which are sacred.

Post-Training-Support

For our clients we provide complimentary post-training Indigenous Relationship Skills Coaching for two months after training is completed to make sure our clients achieve the highest possible ROI from the training we provided.  After that, this coaching is provided at a reasonable rate.

Complimentary Consultation

For a complimentary 15 minute consultation on how I might assist you, please click on the “Complimentary Consultation” Blue Box on the Home Page; or go to the Contact tab of this website; or send me an e-mail at bill@crossculturalconnecting.com; or call me at 905-599-6365 (if I am unavailable, please leave a voice mail message).

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Thank You!

Bill