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Certificate Courses - Leadership Skills for Supervisors Communication, Coaching & Conflict [Native Education and Training College, NETC]

Publisher: 
Native Education and Training College

“Supervision of your fellow co-workers is a complex activity and important responsibility. You interact with floor employees, management, and other supervisors in your own and other departments. Your ability to provide coaching and support affects individual employees, and your entire organizational team. Every supervisor must respond to constant challenges and competing demands inherent in their role. An effective leader is organized and adaptable, as well as a skilled communicator, coach, and observer.

Certificate Courses - Communication Strategies – Audio Course [Native Education and Training College, NETC]

Publisher: 
Native Education and Training College

“Doors and opportunities are always open to strong communicators. Understanding how we communicate with other people affects them is key to communicating effectively, and improving your communication skills not only makes it easier to get along in the workplace, but easier to enhance your performance and relate to other people.”

Wawatay Native Communications Society: Serving the Communication needs of Nishnawbe Aski Nation [Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, AANDC]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

“Wawatay Native Communications Society, located in Sioux Lookout, Ontario, provides media services in television, radio, and newsprint to communities throughout Northern Ontario. See how Wawatay Native Communications Society promotes language retention and cultural awareness through its programming and feature stories.”

Achieving Progressive Community Relations: Key Findings from CCAB [Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, CCAB]

Publisher: 
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

"This report analyzes data submitted by Canadian companies between 2001 and 2008 as a part of the Progressive Aboriginal Relations program (PAR) – a benchmarking tool developed by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB). PAR was designed to help Canadian business organizations gauge and improve their commitment to progressive relationships with First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities, businesses and people. To date, a total of 38 companies – representing diverse sectors and geographic locations – have undertaken the PAR process.

G4 - General Management: Communicating [Aboriginal Financial Officers Association, AFOA]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA)

Communicates information clearly and concisely in oral and written formats. (e.g., explains technical information in plain language, is technologically proficient in software such as spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations)

Professional Aboriginal Economic Developer [Canadian Council for the Advancement of Development Officers, CANDO]

Publisher: 
Canadian Council for the Advancement of Development Officers
Year of publication: 
2012

"Professional Level Certification recognition is an indicator of capacity that expands on the 16 competency requirements, and incorporates on-the-job learning; an exploration of ethics, leadership, and communications; and a higher level of analysis and assessment of Aboriginal economic development theory and practice."

Tax information videos, events and seminars [Canada Business Network, CBN]

Publisher: 
Government of Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

Learn how to manage your business taxes at a tax seminar in your area.

Office Administration - Software & Information Management [Nova Scotia Community College, NSCC]

Publisher: 
Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC)
Year of publication: 
2012

The focus of this program is to develop supervisory, problem-solving, communication, and computer skills enabling graduates to become part of an organization's management team. You also learn the technical and traditional aspects of managing electronic and paper-based information.

Examining Partnership Arrangements between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Businesses [Atlantic Aboriginal Economic Development Integrated Research Program, AAEDIRP]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Cheifs Secretariate (APC)
Year of publication: 
2010

The study focused on understanding the nature of Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal business partnerships in the region, their role in terms of broader Aboriginal economic activity, both the successes and challenges experienced by businesses and individuals involved in them, and the best practices that can be used to guide future initiatives.

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