“These days, it can be difficult to compete for your customer’s attention when every other company in the market is doing the same thing. On top of that, customers often expect, and are used to, receiving incentives for their brand loyalty, whether it’s a free sample, being able to trade in points they’ve collected, or being given discounted services. How can you build strong customer relationships and keep their attention? The answer to maintaining client relationships may not be simple, but it’s worthwhile!
“Trainers will help workplace leaders and human resources specialists learn the value of creating a Top-Notch Talent Management Program in this important two day training course. Leaders will learn why having the right people in place at the right time is a key component of growth, success, and even stability to an organization. This training courseware will help them to have the right people ready, and to create a program that helps people to learn and thrive in their organization.
“Great leaders should have the skills to promote confidence and a positive attitude in all of their team members. Our Business Leadership eLearning course provides learners with creative activities and exercises designed to incorporate their knowledge in their own workplace. Instructors are encouraged to customize the readings and exercises to more closely align their students’ training experience with the day-to-day realities of their workplace.”
“This three-semester diploma program is designed to provide recreation and leisure service practitioners with the opportunity to acquire specialized skills, knowledge and attitudes related to youth and essential youth services. As a graduate of the youth recreation management program, employment opportunities would exist in many agencies, including: your first nation communities, municipalities, youth centres, non-profit agencies, group homes and private industry.”
“In this program we will look at Rural Development and Principles, Policies and Management comprehensively addresses the basic concepts, elements, paradigms, determinants, policy instruments strategies, programs and management of rural development.”
“Experienced or newly elected chief and councillors will look at public administration and its current trends in contemporary business issues. The Management component will build upon the multistream understanding that effective management involves balancing a broad set of criteria, ranging from community enhancement and ecological sustainability to meaningful work and financial viability. Throughout this program, captivating experiences and stories from actual managers and leading organizations demonstrate managers making a difference.
“The Business Administration and Management (BAM) program is designed for students whose goals include business management, self-employment, entrepreneurial ventures, or a variety of different careers. This program helps develop skills as a management generalist, offering maximum flexibility in career choices.”
“This three-semester diploma program in management operations provides graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to help administer the delivery of all Band programs and services in order to ensure that the needs of Band Members are met in a reasonable, effective and efficient manner.”
“This course of study is ideal for public works professionals looking to assume positions of greater responsibility. The concentration, offered through our online diploma program, provides public works professionals with the specialized knowledge to make tangible differences in their organizations and in the quality of life of their communities. This diploma program is conveniently delivered in an online format, meaning you can earn your diploma and complete all coursework from your own home with minimal disruption to your personal or professional life.
"This paper examines how the actions of Native nations themselves can either undermine or strengthen their own enterprises, drawing on extensive research carried out by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development at Harvard University and the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy at the University of Arizona. Of course many of the things that determine business outcomes lie beyond the control of the nations that own the businesses.