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Eagle’s View™ Planning
What is better than Strategic Planning? Planning from an Eagle’s View™! An Eagle’s View Plan is a comprehensive community plan designed to reflect the voice of the community and survive changes in leadership. Start planning
TES created the Eagle’s View™ Plan to address the shortcomings of corporate-style strategic planning in Indian Country.
There is room to do more to address chronic unemployment, more than just getting our people through the existing, standard box-checking programs.
TES has created a unique training curriculum that improves the participants’ readiness for employment.
Tribal leaders and organizations will benefit from updating, reviewing, and discussing their policies—especially supervisors and department heads, who are directly responsible for interpreting and enforcing compliance of the policies.
Follow-up training and an organized policy rollout will ensure everyone has the most current policy and is provided an opportunity to review the policy in a more effective group setting.
Clients Served by TES
Yerington Paiute Tribe
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
Wind River TERO
Wind River Development Fund
Walker River Paiute Tribe
United South & Eastern Tribes
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate
Santee Sioux Nation
Santa Ysabel Tribal Development Corp.
Santa Domingo Pueblo
Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa
Ponca Tribe of Nebraska
Ponca Economic Development Corporation
Owens Valley Career Development Center
Omaha Nation Community Response Team
Oglala Sioux Tribe
Northern Arapaho Tribe
Little Priest Tribal College
Las Vegas Paiute Tribe
Laguna Pueblo Tribe
Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel
Fort Mojave Tribe
Chadron Native American Center
Today we are again evaluating the changing winds. May we be strong in spirit and equal to our Fathers of another day in reading the signs accurately and interpreting them wisely. May the Great Spirit look down upon us, guide us, inspire us, and give us courage and wisdom. Above all, may He look down upon us and be pleased.
–Unknown Speaker addressing NCAI in the mid 1960′s