'Creating Partnership Intersections'
Inclusion Works '18 is an energizing management learning event that focuses on workplace inclusion and Indigenous/non-Indigenous engagements and partnerships.
Since the launch of the Inclusion Works series in 2009, more than two thousand people from companies and organizations across Canada, United States and Australia have attended. This unique executive learning format inspires a strong management following with current promising practices, systems, research, tools and strategies. Executives and managers develop their inclusion leadership and acquire new ideas, tools and strategies for your workplace. It is highly rewarding, rejuvenating and FUN - many people say it's the most value-filled event they attend each year.
Inclusion Works '18 will take your learning into the partnership and engagement realm:
- Discover how the most recent partnership research is informing on partnership competencies and organizational design
- Learn how the 9-point assessment tool will guide Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations and businesses to build effective partnerships together for purposes of employment, business or social development
- Learn the steps to conduct an engagement, build a relationship, and then formalize the relationship into a partnership. What are the steps that Indigenous organizations and companies take to build those engagements, relationships and partnerships together?
- Build your leadership muscle and acquire the organizational and management competencies needed so that Indigenous and non-Indigenous parties can achieve 'high-functioning, authentic and long-term partnerships".
Join us in Kelowna for the release of our new '7 Stage Partnership Model'. This innovative new partnership system explores the many intersections which create opportunities for Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations alike.
Inclusion Works '18 will be the ONLY event where you can get exclusive first-hand experience working through this model in real-time discussions amongst peers. In our specially-designed learning sessions and plenary super-sessions, glean insights about each of the 7 Stages.
Why should you attend?
As a Corporate Leader, Senior Indigenous Relations Manager or a Corporate Indigenous Community Engagement/Relations Team . . .
- increase your company profile as being ready to develop opportunities and partnerships with the Indigenous community
- gain access to knowledge to increase your ability to successfully assess, develop and sustain meaningful partnerships between corporate Canada and Indigenous communities
- find out where you stand in terms of your company's engagement or partnership ability
As an Indigenous Community Leader, Council Member or the Director of an Indigenous Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) . . .
- profile your organization to corporate Canada to source neew partnership opportunities
- learn more about which sectors of the economy offer the best opportunities for employment and business development
As an Aboriginal Skills, Employment & Training Strategy (ASETS) Agreement Holder . . .
- raise the profile of your ASETS to corporate Canada on a regional, provincial and national scale for possible employment partnerships
- learn of promising practices from other ASETS and Indigenous EDC about partnership for training & employment strategies
As others engaged in supporting Indigenous/Corporate economic, employment and social development . . .
- discover how to maximize your role in Indigenous/non-Indigenous partnership development strategies that support the effective design and sustainability of successful partners
Your registration includes . . .
- all event plenary and breakout management sessions, networking breaks and meals provided during the event
- a copy of the 7 Stage Partnership Model Guide & Partnership Video
- a copy of the 2017 research report "The National Report on Inclusion"
- post-event customized Partnership Model Index Scorecard for your company/organization
- attendance at the IW '18 Indigenous Festival
- the National Indigenous Workplace & Partnership Awards Luncheon
Early registrants will be eligible to receive a unique 7 Stage Partnership Model Index Score. Stay tuned for more details.
Keep checking with us as we update our program ! !
We are holding a block of rooms at the Delta Grand Okanagan Hotel by Marriott at a rate of $189 for a standard room (single or double occupancy). The block is being held until we sell out or until Thursday, March 15, 2018 at the latest.
RESERVE NOW! Please call the hotel directly at 1.250.763.4500 and refer to the Inclusion Works 2018 management learning event. You can also access the online registration system for Inclusion Works '18 by clicking on the link provided.