What’s the relationship between inclusion, engagement, innovation, and trust? How can increasing Indigenous engagement in the economy create better opportunities and prosperity for all?
We had the pleasure of exploring questions like these and many more with Kelly Lendsay, President and CEO of Indigenous Works. Kelly is an entrepreneur who is internationally recognized as one of Canada’s foremost innovators and organizational development experts in workplace inclusion systems, models, and corporate/indigenous partnerships. Kelly is a proud Canadian Indigenous leader of Cree and Métis ancestry, who moves seamlessly between both worlds fostering economic inclusion, well-being and prosperity in Canada and abroad.
Kelly shared stories and wisdom from his extensive experience in workplace inclusion, effective bridge-building, and cultivating trusted partnerships for workforce and economic development across Canada, USA, Australia, and abroad.
You won’t want to miss this episode if you’re interested in a systems thinking lens to inclusion strategies and practical ways to earn trust, build social capital, and cultivate effective partnerships with Indigenous communities and beyond.
Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust
From the co-founders of Spotlight Trust comes the new book The Future Is Trust: Embracing the Era of Trust-Centered Leadership. The book will be released in Spring 2021. For more info, sneak peeks, pre-order specials, and more, visit: thefutureistrust.com
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