Managing Indigenous Relationships – Negotiations and Consultations
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Effective engagement with Indigenous communities can be a complex and challenging task.
With ever-increasing community and government expectations, the need for public and private sector personnel to effectively engage with Indigenous stakeholders has never been greater. Successful engagement requires advanced understanding of the cultural contexts of engagement, development of sophisticated strategies and implementation by teams with advanced skills and experience.
This workshop will help you develop a greater understanding of relevant cultural protocols, strategies and approaches which you need to maximise your chances of effective and successful engagement with Indigenous communities.
Who should attend our Negotiations and Consultations workshop?
- Anyone who must engage or negotiate with Indigenous stakeholders
- Local, State and Federal Government officers in major projects delivery, state and regional development, employment, business development, education, health and housing
- Public and community officers in areas including community development and engagement
- Private sector personnel in infrastructure and mining development
- Project officers, planners, policy officers, project managers, strategy analysts, liaison officers, trainers, lawyers, archaeologists and anthropologists.
What we'll cover
- Cultural protocols – Indigenous perspectives
- Land and culture
- Decision-making structures and processes
- Power and authority
- Preparing for engagement
- Ethical negotiations
- Cross-cultural unfinished business – impacts on engagement
- Building teams and achieving corporate buy-in
- Understanding and developing your negotiation style
- Negotiation skills
- The stages of engagement and negotiation
- Application in a cross-cultural context
- Building rapport and strengthening relationships
- Managing meetings
- Effective meeting management
- Cross-cultural considerations
- Dealing effectively with conflict situations
- Managing difficult stakeholders.
What you'll learn
- Learn about cultural protocols relevant for effective engagement with Indigenous communities
- Develop a deeper understanding of historical and social context of cross-cultural engagement
- Explore strategies for building rapport with Indigenous communities for developing and maintaining effective relationships
- Be able to identify and implement options for effective agreement-making
- Improve the effectiveness of your policy decision-making
- Be able to manage interactions with Indigenous communities with greater confidence.
7 May 2019 | 6 November 2019
8.15am for 8.30am - 4.30pm
Cost: Inc GST
$1,374 per person
$1,237 per person if booking two weeks before the workshop
$1,168 per person if in a group of three or more
If you attend both the Native Title and Cultural Heritage Law and Negotiations and Consultations workshops we offer a package rate of $2,336 per person.
Phone 1800 882 110
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What our clients say about our Negotiations and Consultations workshop
"A very engaging and informative day. All presenters provided great insight into the issues explored."
"Really practical. I learned a great deal about negotiation processes."
Support when you need it the most
As a participant of our program you'll have comfort in knowing that you can depend on us for ongoing support. Whether it be two weeks or two years after the workshop, you can call us at any time for a short, no-cost consultation.