Good planning is the key to realizing your short and long term goals. We’ll work with you to articulate objectives, identify priorities and map out a path to get there.
Governance is the “stewardship over the processes guiding everyday life”, and is the single most important factor in creating prosperous communities.
We can help maximize the potential of your valued assets—your employees—and help focus their efforts on your organizational objectives.
We can assist your community create a shared vision of the future, and implement locally initiated and managed project activities.
We can help you communicate with a wide range of internal or external audiences to achieve your objectives.
We help Indigenous community members prepare for, find and retain meaningful employment through our “Integrated Pathway to Employment” model.
PMC assisted a First Nation in developing a 5-year Human Resources (HR) Strategy that responded to the economic and social Vision for their community. The work included an HR Audit of various HR policies and practices.
PMC assisted one First Nation job skills training and employment agency that serves a population of 18,000 with the development of a strategic plan. The plan helped guide and focus the organization’s activities as it transitioned its service delivery model to one that emphasizes partnerships and demand-based funding.
PMC worked with the Youth Coordinator and her staff in a First Nation of 1300 residents to deliver a program of team building and leadership coaching. The program was designed to help align the team to achieve a renewed and energetic mandate of program development and coordination.
PMC is assisting the leadership and administrative management of a First Nation to prepare the organization to assume the responsibilities associated with the eventual operations of its new village.
“From your staff member to your chosen consultant, we received only the highest level of service. I am very pleased with the outcome as this can only assist the administration department in achieving its goals.”
-Lori Anne Stanger
Temiskaming First Nation