Champions of Change (Vancouver)
October 22, 2020
Champions of Change is leadership training that invites you to personally experience and practice change. We coach you to strengthen your capacity for healthier relationships and stronger connections—to reclaim your innate power and agency. The goal is to create culturally safe spaces for community building that support movement towards positive systemic change.
Are you a Frontline Worker? Champions of Change will give you a new set of tools to more effectively address challenging relationships, increasing engagement, and motivate your community.
Are you a Health Program Manager? During Champions of Change you will learn how to build and maintain positive uplifting teams, and strengthen your leadership skills.
Are you a Teacher? Champions of Change demonstrates holistic experiential lesson planning, which incorporate engaging art activities and First Peoples principles of learning.
IndigenEYEZ will also be presenting Truth and ReconciliACTION on May 25 in Vancouver.
Co-founder, Kim Haxton, will be on Cortes Island presenting Lateral Liberation on June 12-17 and IndigenEYEZ Leadership Essentials on July 12-16.
Kim Haxton explains the concept of ‘5 Selves’ and how we can show up in connection:
IndigenEYEZ is about transforming communities; to inspire an intergenerational legacy of well-being among First Nations people in BC and beyond. IndigenEYEZ facilitators blend land-based learning with the arts and best practices in community-building. Their approach – the Creative Empowerment Model – is being used around the world. It has been refined over the past two decades by Partners For Youth Empowerment (www.PartnersForYouth.org), an organization that generously shares its knowledge with many partners. IndigenEYEZ has adapted this approach especially for First Nations. The vision of IndigenEYEZ is shared and supported by an incredibly talented network of dedicated facilitators. indigeneyez.com
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