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Recruitment, Retention, Advancement Workshop: An Employer’s Map to Aboriginal Inclusion

by NationTalk on August 28, 20071237 Views

Date: October 18, 2007
Location: Vancouver, BC

Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion Workshop
Thursday, October 18, 2007
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Host Organization: BC Hydro
Custom Service Meeting Room
2nd Floor, 333 Dunsmuir Street
Vancouver, BC

Training Workshop
Join us for an interactive workshop that presents the competitive advantage of Aboriginal inclusion.Prepare to be enlightened by your fellow participants and one of Canada’s leading experts in Aboriginal inclusion; Crystal Kosa. Be on the leading edge as Crystal introduces you to Aboriginal inclusion concepts that are being incorporated into the council’s Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion program; an effective ensemble of learning modules with tools that walk employers through teh seven stages of successful Aboriginal inclusion in the workplace.

This workshop will guide you through a series of interactive exercises and PowerPoint presentations that will teach you how to:

– identify potential barriers within your workplace that may hinder the recruitment, retention and advancement of Aboriginal people
– develop and apply new strategies to recruit Aboriginal candidates and retain and advance current Aboriginal employees.
– position your organization as an employer-of-choice for Canada’s Aboriginal talent.
– tap into other employer’s practices.

Take home new skills that will improve your ability to identify barriers within the workplace to develop and implement effective Aboriginal recruitment and retention strategies within your organization.

Leave refreshed and ready to apply the precise steps you need to guide your organization into a new era of Aboriginal inclusion.

Register Now
$495.00 + GST (includes lunch and networking break snacks/refreshments)

>>Download registration form

Registration deadline is October 5, 2007.
Seating limited to 25 participants on a first come, first served basis.

For more information contact Colleen Ostlund at 306.956.5367 or costlund@aboriginalhr.ca.

About the Facilitator
Crystal Kosa

Crystal Kosa, National Manager, Human Resources Strategies with the Aboriginal Human Resource Development Council of Canada, is a widely respected professional in the field of Aboriginal human resources. Crystal brings a wealth of experience and a unique understanding of the issues in Aboriginal hiring, retention, and promotion to the workshop.

Ms. Kosa’s distinctive strength in shaping new collaborative initiatives has made her the prime figure in the development of two of the council’s flagship initiatives; the Inclusion Network – a national online Aboriginal job board connecting employers and Aboriginal job seekers, and the Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion series, a catalyst that will create a new culture of Aboriginal inclusion in the workplace.

Crystal has spent numerous years speaking at events and conferences across Canada, which promote the benefits of hiring Aboriginal people and show to companies how to identify and eliminate barriers in the workplace through shared recruitment and retention strategies.

Testimonials
There were a lot of good ideas that I can use to support and promote Aboriginal recruiting and retention.
– Donna Knebush, City of Edmonton

I appreciated the variety of presentation formats and presenters: facilitator led, lecture and group work.
– Susan Yantz, Excalibur

The workshop was very informative. The networking and sharing of best practices was most useful. It’s nice to now many companies are facing the same issues and hearing of the different ideas to address them.
– Stacy Lefebvre, DeBeers Canada

I learned a lot about barriers and solutions, the importance of interview and pre-interview process.
– Lisette Richard, Health Canada

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