Program Student Facilitates Dialogue with a Native First Nation

Owner-Facilitator for Rapport Consensus Planning and PhD in Leadership and Change program student, Norman Dale, is currently working with Lheidli Tenneh, a native First Nation in central British Columbia, to help the community resume dialogue about a proposed treaty with the federal and provincial governments.

Dale specializes in mediation, community economic planning, collaborative planning, and cross-cultural reconciliation. Learn more about his efforts here.



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