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Archive for February 2018

Staff turnover: How to deal with it

In a number of Tribal organizations and Tribal enterprises such as Casinos staff turnover is a major problem. It can range anywhere from 0 to 100% in one year. Anything over 20% should be a warning sign that all may not be well with your team or the organization as a whole. One of the…

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Internment camps: A dark day in U.S. history

Today marks the anniversary of the proclamation under President Roosevelt to establish the Japanese internment camps during the second world war. While some call Roosevelt our greatest president this was certainly more than a stain on his record. It is interesting that there was no move to do the same with Germans. What is the…

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Kiana Lodge: Garden of the Gods

Today I go to the Suquamish Tribe. I am going there to hear what the Tribes’ issues and concerns are regarding the Opioid crisis that all our Tribal communities are struggling with. I am part of a team representing the state of Washington but we are doing this work on behalf of all the Tribes…

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On the road for the Nisqually Tribe

Up above you get an idea of what it looks like here at the Nisqually Tribe. If this isn’t God’s country I don’t know what is. I have worked with them in the past on several different projects. I always enjoy coming here. It is only about an hour from my house so that is…

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We are all related

If you look at this years’ winter olympic team you may have noticed they are the most diverse we have ever had. Fox News seems to have an issue with this as their editor commented on the fact that our team is browner, gayer and different than past Olympic teams. In Tribal organizations more and…

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