Healthy organizations don't just do their work, but also think about how they work. We help organizations to take a step back from their everyday, get them aligned with why they do the work they do and how to get the impact they are committed to.
Every organization faces challenges:
issues between co-workers,
differing expectations around how to do the work;
lack of clarity around vision/purpose of the work;
big decisions to be made;
confusion around communication
We believe that each of these challenges is an opportunity to build a stronger more effective organization or team.
Typically the requests we get to address these issues are for: strategic planning, team building, leadership training, capacity development and organizational assessments.
What Do We Do?
We work with you to explore how organizational structures, (mis)communication, policy and authority affect the way people in your organization are effected everyday.
We dig past the surface-level struggles that you experience and address the factors are playing out.
We do this in collaboration with you. Leaving you with strengthened and refreshed relationships, hope and vision.
And we try to put ourselves out of a job while we are at it. We want you leave with the skills to take on what comes next on your own!
Operation Manuals: Vuntut Gwitchin Government, MYRADA (india), Ducks Unlimited
Assessments, evaluations and organizational Development Plans: Yukon Self Government Secretariat, Vuntut Gwitchin, Nacho Nyak Dun,
Training (facilitation, governance, leadership, community engagement, planning):
Yukon College, KDFN, TTC, THFN, CTFN, Suenos Compartidos, Association of Yukon Communities and more
Association of Yukon Communities, First Nations Training Corps,Yukon Development Education Centre, Yukon Land Use Planning Council, Yukon First Nations Heritage Group, Ta'an Kwachan First Nation Land and Heritage Department Planning, Kwanlin Dun First Nation, Yukon Government Community Affairs Branch, First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun, Yukon First Nation Health Committee, Yukon College Arts and Science Division, Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre, etc...