Operationalizing Your Organizations Approach To Reconciliation
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission described reconciliation as establishing and maintaining a mutually respectful relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada.
Despite the years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report and Calls to Action were first announced, the implementation of the recommendations across all levels of Canadian government, businesses and organizations has been slow.
It is our vision to build consensus on the meaning of reconciliation and the action items needed to support the reconciliation process. We suggest starting a phased approach by first working with leadership to assist with a strategy that would then be considered for the wider organization.
One of our key objectives is to provide staff/leadership with tools, techniques, and strategies as well as access to complementary resources to be successful in championing the Reconciliation process.