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  Crown/First Nation Negotiations and Dispute Resolution.

As a participant, you will become a more effective negotiator and achieve greater success for your organization in its Aboriginal/Crown negotiations. Using proven techniques, you will learn about and practice each of the steps in the negotiations process:

  • First: Find out how to choose your negotiation team and how to prepare thoroughly for your negotiations.
  • Next: Discover which negotiation models and strategies are best suited to your situation and objectives.
  • Then: Build your negotiating skills by participating in simulations, role plays and experiential learning experiences.
  • Finally: Get expert advice on how to be a powerful negotiator and increase your ability to influence the outcomes of your negotiations.

Other topics that will be covered area interest clarification, the goals of negotiation, community participation in the negotiation process, the role of alternative dispute resolution and mediation, the Crown as negotiator, and multi-party negotiations.

November 23-27, 1998


The Centre for Leadership and Technology is offering the following mandatory core courses for 1998-1999

Leadership and Management Development for Seniors Executives and Managers in Aboriginal Governments

Crown/First Nation Negotiations and Dispute Resolution.

Tribal Council and Board of Governance Development from an Aboriginal Perspective

Effective Financial Management Control and Accountability in Aboriginal Governance


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