POPULAR TRAINING SERVICES
Supervisory Skills In most Tribal Organizations, mid-level managers make up the largest managerial level within the Tribe. Supervisors in this position are responsible to those above them, and to those they supervise. They are responsible for a variety of departments and projects. The number one reason for staff turnover is poor supervision so it is critical that supervisors know their roles and…Read More
I am here getting ready for a teambuilding training with the Lummi Tribe. I always enjoy helping Tribal and urban Indian organizations become more effective teams. It is true that two heads or more are better than one but only if they are aligned with the same vision. Along with the vision it is essential that a team have a specific purpose. Without a clear…Read More
Coaching & Mentoring Training is very important in building an employee’s skills but it can be greatly enhanced by coaching and mentoring. Coaching is a process of relationship building and setting goals. Some characteristics of an effective coach are; being a trainer, teacher, tutor, and having the ability to focus on one or two specific skills at a time. Mentoring is the act of guiding, consenting, and providing support. It…Read More
Ethics for a Tribal Organization Within a Tribal organization, ethics issues can become a major issue which can result in the demoralization of staff and can lead to major liability concerns if not addressed properly. These ethical violations can range from relatively minor lapses, like abusing time or taking home items from work, to more…Read More
"When a storm comes, you must stand firm.
For it is not trying to knock you down,
it is really trying to teach you to be strong."
Joe Marshall III Sicangu/Lakota