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Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion Workshop May 29, 2014


Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion Workshop

Date: May 29, 2014 
Location: Vancouver, BC  
Register for Canada’s only Aboriginal inclusion workshop coming to Vancouver BC, Thursday, January 30, 2014 Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion is the council’s collected intelligence, researched from the successes of Canada’s top Aboriginal employers.  

As the baby boomers retire, the Aboriginal population in Canada is growing six times faster than our non-Aboriginal population. Don’t wait to explore the business case for inclusion and learn tried and true tactics for engaging a diverse First Nations, Métis and Inuit workforce. Strengthen your diversity platform and build cross-cultural awareness, while enhancing corporate social responsibility and opening new business markets. 


This one-day interactive workshop will inform and inspire you to take action and put your organization on the path to Aboriginal inclusion. Let us help you discover real solutions for a better bottom line.

Register online  for the Vancouver workshop, Thursday, May 29 2014. Space is limited – don’t miss this opportunity.

Take advantage of our new one-day workshop price of $795 (Aboriginal non-profit organizations) and $995 (standard fee), which includes a complimentary CD of Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion self-study modules – a $195.00 value!  Morning and afternoon refreshments are included.

Learn more  about Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion.

Location : Vancouver, BC


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