Engage these expert British Columbia professional supports to introduce and strengthen equitable justice, equity, decolonization, diversity and inclusion practices into your organization.
Indigenous Corporate Training
The ICT mission is to provide training to get everyone Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® in their day-to-day jobs and lives. They do this by providing a safe training environment for learners to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitude required to be effective ICT was founded in 2002 by Bob Joseph, a Gwawaenuk Nation member who is a certified Master Trainer, with a background in business administration and former associate professor at Royal Roads University. Visit website.
Elevate Inclusion Strategies
Coaching, training, workplace restoration and culture development expertise and programs prepare people and organizations for inclusion. Visit website.
Alden E. Habacon
Alden is one of Canada’s leading diversity and inclusion strategists and facilitators. He is well known in this field and highly regarded for his over sixteen years of impact, and his innovative work around inclusive leadership, unconscious bias and intercultural training. He works with leadership in a wide range of professions and sectors throughout Canada, including the legal community, social services, the public sector, municipalities, first responders, and large private corporations. Visit website.
Community of Accessible Employers
The Community of Accessible Employers (CAE) is an open and entirely free network for employers who are committed to inclusion in the workplace. In 2018, the Presidents Group launched the CAE, which gives employers beyond the 25 appointed members the chance to join the movement to accessible employment and access individualized support from the staff members. The CAE currently provides employer-focused tools, resources, and access to training and events for BC employers on how to effectively recruit, hire, and retain employees with disabilities. Visit website.