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Project Accounting and Finance Skills

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Do you manage both project schedules and budgets, but do not have insight into how actual results relate to the approved budget? Do you need more clarity about the relationship between your project’s performance and the accounting and financial systems in your organization? Do you need to understand financial and accounting terminology to bridge the gap between the “world of finance” and the “world of project management?

The Outstanding Administrative Assistant - Iqaluit

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This two-day workshop is perfect for anyone in an administrative, secretarial or support staff role.
In today’s workplace, the administrative support position is the nerve centre of business,
industry and government at all levels. Called upon to increase the effectiveness of the
office environment, the administrative assistant needs to manage strategies, public
relations, resources, time, stress, difficult people conflict and crisis situations calmly,
effectively and professionally. This workshop provides management skills vital to

Effective Meeting and Event Planning - Iqaluit

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Many organizations host or participate in a variety of meetings and events, large and small, throughout the year. When
properly implemented, these meetings and events can deliver a tremendous return on investment in terms of
exposure, education, marketing or other objectives. Conversely, the impact of a poorly implemented meeting or event
can be substantial.

Facilitated by a Certified Meeting Planner, this two day workshop will provide you with a sound foundation for
successfully planning and carrying out a wide variety of meetings and events.

Managing Skills for Non-Managers Level 1&2 - Iqaluit

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Level 1 - Learn how to inspire, influence and motivate people to accomplish important goals – when you have no formal direct reporting authority over them. Managing people when they don’t report to you can be tough. How do you deliver feedback? How do you hold people accountable? How do you keep them on track? How do you arrive at consensus? How do you mediate conflict? In this highly interactive and practical workshop, you’ll get the skills and knowledge you need to help work colleagues perform at their best. Level 2 - Working with other

Building Relationships through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency - IQ Mar 23-24, 2020

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In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Building Relationships through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency - IQ Jan 18-19, 2020

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In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Building Relationships through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency - IQ Dec 16-17, 2019

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In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Building Relationships through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency - IQ Oct 29-30, 2019

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In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Building Relationships Through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competence (ICC) - IQ Jul 13-14

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In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.