2017 Cultural Competency Workshop Schedule
This workshop uses the story of the elephant and the giraffe to help managers, supervisors, and human resource professionals reflect upon the dynamic of managing a diverse workforce.
This session will present differing cultural views of law and justice to illustrate how conflict can be effectively managed.
Examining the evolution and foundations of Tribal government and leadership in order to help agencies and organizations work with Tribes and Tribal programs.
This training presents a uniquely Native American perspective of the practice of "cutting" that may empower helping professionals to address the issue in a culturally sensitive and competent manner.
This workshop will examine the roots of being white in America and how we can transcend "color," "race," or "culture" in order to strengthen our communities.
A look at some traditional Native health and wellness practices that influence how we can make a positive impact on behavioral health.
This session will help service providers and helpers respond to the anger that individuals may carry with them due to historical trauma, grief, and other factors.
Providing a set of concrete strategies that can help motivate students for more effective learning, and help build co-teaching partnerships with parents.
Examining the hidden rules of poverty and how they relate to cultural value systems to help service providers work more effectively with Native children and families.
Using cultural frameworks, this session will help participants understand how power and helping go hand in hand.
A discussion of some of the common workplace issues that stem from cultural differences and what managers, supervisors, and HR professionals can do to help maintain a positive, diverse workforce.
This session will examine some of the best Indian jokes and stories to illustrate how Native humor works among Native people.