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Free eBooks [Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.]

Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
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Working Effectively With Indigenous People

23 Tips on What not to say or do
27 Tips on What to Say and Do
40 Tips for Local Governments
A guide to Terminology
Indigenous Rights, Title, and the Duty to Consult
Indigenous Self-Government
Dispelling Common Myths about Indigenous Peoples
22 Ways to Derail your next Indigenous Community Meeting
Guidebook to Indigenous Protocol
Impact benefits and Reconciliation Agreement
Personal Pledge of Reconciliation
Professional Pledge of Reconciliation

Guide Books [Canadian Council for the Advancement of Development Officers, CANDO]

Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO)
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"EDOs say the 16 competencies are the ones they believe to be the most common and important to their work. They are the primary areas of knowledge and skills that are needed to do the job well. Although the majority of EDOs involved with developing this process feel capable of doing their jobs, almost all said that there are areas that they need to improve their competence in some areas. They felt that having a more detailed description of the competencies was a big help in thinking about their professional development as well as their job requirements."

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by Dr. Radut