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Should we leave all important issues at the Council tables only? This workshop will examine what it takes to be a "well" leader, nomatter what age or stage of life.
Deals with the origins of self-esteem. How can we obtain and maintain positive selfesteem.
This seminar deals with the attainment of self-esteem and how we can move towards a sense of empowerment sothat we can truly accomplish anything!
Deals with the realities that many of us
have been born into. Unfortunately, not many of these 'ways' have been 'our' ways. In this session, we will discuss what we can do to regain our ability to transmit our own culture, language and traditions as well as how to remain focused on these ever important teachings in a "contemporary' world.
attitude, a lifestyle. Many of us live a life of
havoc, chaos and dysfunction and we believe this is "normal." This workshop focuses on relearning, unlearning and reversing the pattern of repeating chronic, often, obsessive behaviors which prevent growth and wellness.
Discussion will encompass taking control of
our own problems as individuals and as
our children exactly how our parents raised
us. Yet, we often hear their voices coming out
of our very own mouths! Together, we will
work on a plan for limits, discipline and
spending on "hip" clothes and "fashionable"
discussion and awareness of self-control, birth control and decision-making in their lives.
Anonymous questions are encouraged if they
are shy about disclosing sensitive subjects.
Encouragement to say “NO” is examined
of so much sexual exposure it may be, often
times, unclear to many what is appropriate and inappropriate behaviors in the workplace.
This workshop will look at different state and
community codes and laws for sexually
appropriate guidelines and practices in your
particular state and/or county.
people of all ages in becoming comfortable
and knowledgeable about their bodies and
sexuality. Too often, we become sexually
involved with someone before we understand
our limits, likes and dislikes.
STAFF RETREATS: In this full day seminar, we will learn what constitutes a healthy
organization and workplace. We'll discuss how
to communicate ideas and deal with conflicts
in a timely and proactive fashion. We will also
look at examples as to how to make our
workplace an enjoyable, productive place.
TRAINING OF TRAINERS. As First Peoples of
North America, we often gather in our
traditional circles, or in much larger
conventions. Many of us would like to address
some issues brought to the floor but may be
unsure of how to address these issues
effectively. Whether you are a novice or
"expert' public speaker, this workshop will
bring you creative ways in which you can
communicate in an empowering, motivating yet respectful manner. We will discuss how to
make our butterflies in our stomach "fly in
formation" so we may bring our message to
our audience in a powerful way.
is a passionate presenter who resides between the Kahnawa:ke reservation in Quebec and New Mexico and was born for the Bear Clan She is a high school teacher by trade who has a BA and an MA in Educational
Studies from Concordia University. As well as conducting the aformentioned seminars, she also presents on First Nation’s History including educational issues. Other topics include the different aspects of small business management and economic development
Konwatsi'tsawi was selected as one of the 230 leaders in Canada to attend The Governor General's Conference 2012 as a First Nation's delegate from June 1-15, 2012.She personally handed the Governor General the "100 years of Loss"* Residential School Edu-Kit so that there may be some changes to the Canadian educational system. This was given to him in hopes that all Canadians become aware of the tragic history that has so long been hidden from the Canadian public's view..
V.I.S.T.A. Seminars has consulted with the following Tribes and Nations:
Anishnaabe, Haudenosaunee, The Crows, Dine, Oglala Sioux, Mig'mau, Nez Perce, SanFelipe and Zuni Pueblos of the Southwest. (NM,AZ)
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