Paddling Together in Reconciliation ©
A strategic planning workshop designed to help organizations
create a path to step more fully into reconciliation.
Traditionally we had many, many ways of treating one another which affirmed our belief that everyone is a sacred gift. This workshop experience from the Village Workshop Series© will help awaken and deepen our understanding of traditional ways and values in ‘Village’. We will look at how we can make our place of work more like a ‘Village’. We will explore our personal and organizational roles in supporting the revival of those values that worked so beautifully in Indigenous communities for thousands of years. Together, we will vision and commit to organizational goals with a focus on creating a path forward. This workshop builds on Building Bridges Through Understanding the Village by helping organizations shift their focus from understanding to stepping more fully into reconciliation.
Kathi Camilleri is of Metis/Cree and Irish ancestry. She has a Master’s Degree in Leadership Studies from Royal Roads University. Her 26-year career has been in Aboriginal Mental Health and private consulting and facilitation. She has facilitated workshops in communities throughout Canada to rave reviews.
For more information about Kathi click here.
Objectives of the Visioning Day
Important note to workshop participants: During this workshop, though we will not be addressing residential school and its affects in an in-depth way, the topic may come up. Participation is voluntary.
Date // Friday July 21st | 9:00am – 4:00pm
Where // Campbell River Art Gallery
Lunch will be provided.
Spots are limited please make sure to register.
This workshop is by donation, all donations to the Campbell River Art Gallery go toward running of exhibitions, programs and outreach that the CRAG does in the community. Thank you for your donation to support ART THAT MATTERS!