February
7

“Working In Indian Country” workshops are one-day interactive open-registration seminars that provide participants the understanding, knowledge and tools needed to develop trust and effective working relationships with American Indian tribes and organizations. 

Participants who attend “Working In Indian Country” leave with an understanding of the principles used to build effective and successful working relationships with American Indian Tribes. “Working In Indian Country” assists government and business leaders in accelerating trust and relationship building efforts through the use of proven principles articulated by tribal leaders themselves through video interviews.

“Working In Indian Country” is a dynamic exchange of American Indian communication and trust building principles presented by Larry Keown, author and educator.  Microsoft PowerPoint® is used to support the numerous principles presented on American Indian history, protocol, government, communication, and relationship and trust building.  Video clips of tribal leaders are embedded into the presentation to emphasize and validate principles.  This workshop is interactive and the curriculum contains opportunities for participants to dialogue and discuss practices and principles presented.


Date:
Wednesday, February 7, 2018; 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Region:
East Central
Sponsor:
Association on American Indian Affairs and LDK Associates, LLC
Contact:
Larry Keown
lkeown@ldkassociates.com
Price:
325.00
Register:
http://www.workinginindiancountry.com/registration-and-scheduling/
Website:
http://www.workinginindiancountry.com/
Category:
Business
Type:
Workshop

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