What Achievement Means to Us
At Indigenous Strategy Alliance, we believe that achievement must be co-defined, one project at a time. This requires adequate use of consultation and engagement strategies, along with an understanding of multiple viewpoints and values.
From an Indigenous lens, we are still in a state of rebuilding families, communities and Indigenous Nations across Canada.
Achievement with Indigenous communities must go beyond western markers for success and standards of assessment to include concepts of interdependence, interconnectedness, well-being, and wholeness, in order to achieve wellness for the individual and the collective.
If you want to define and enhance achievement in the workplace, we are here for you. We have a great track record for creating programs and initiatives that are innovative and grounded in both traditional and non-traditional ways of teaching, learning and leading.