Elected leaders (Chief, Councillor) in a First Nation have the challenging role of providing direction and vision for their community, all while navigating the challenges of the administration and of community members.
FNPSS recognizes the importance of supporting those working as elected leaders by providing learning, training and networking opportunities, as well as one-on-one coaching support by First Nation mentors and hosting regular coaching circles to connect as a group. FNPSS also recognizes that a positive working relationship between leadership and administration is key to successful governance.
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FNPSS supports First Nations communities and organizations in BC as they pursue excellence in capacity building and development.
If you need help, please reach out. Having an emotional reaction from hearing about the atrocious history and impacts of Indian Residential Schools is completely justified and normal. What happened was wrong and never should have happened.
Are you a Human Resource (HR) Administrator, Practitioner, Manager from a BC First Nations community? Don't miss out on next week's Collaborative Learning event!
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#RebuildingFirstNationsGovernance Webinar Series Part 3 is upon us! Join us on June 23rd at noon EST as we explore the Indian Act, its impact on & limitation of First Nations' holistic self-determination, and how to get beyond it.
Register with IPAC at: https://t.co/4kFaUw5vBr
FNESS is announcing a Temporary Emergency Assignment Management System (TEAMS) pilot project. Interested? Submit your name, community, PREOC region and contact information to HR@fness.bc.ca by July 1, 2021. For more information visit https://t.co/w3VjxU6v4Y #FNESS #BCWS #EMBC