Our key services, processes, and frameworks inspire a sense of confidence that no matter how complex the situation, we’ll find innovate solutions. Innovation 7 supports its clients in six areas:
Engagement and Consultation
Indigenous engagement and consultation are at the core of our service offering ensuring traditional cultures, values and the environment are respected and protected in all we do. We provide a range of services, including research & planning, strategy development, communications, event/meeting planning and facilitation, information collection, analysis, and reporting.
Major infrastructure projects, particularly government-funded projects, require collaboration from a range of stakeholders from the public, private, and Indigenous business sectors. i7’s offers extensive expertise in project conceptualization, business case development, strategic procurement and contracting.
i7 provides customized training and education services on a breadth of topics to enhance understanding and knowledge of practices that advance reconciliation where you work and live. We offering cultural competency training programs to address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to Action, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), and Treaties and Aboriginal rights.
i7 evaluates programs to determine their effectiveness for public sector and not-for-profit clients. Our non-biased examination of program design and implementation determines merit, informs program decision making and improvement.
Reconciliation is a journey requiring a thoughtful approach and long-term commitment. i7 provides support for client-specific reconciliation plans, strategic guidance on Indigenous benefit plan, capacity development and the formulation of relevant policies and programs.
Braiding Indigenous values in to every aspect of Human Resources programing and initiatives, including recruitment, is an ongoing priority at i7. Our streamlined and proven recruitment process facilitates the identification and hiring of Indigenous candidates, and individuals from racialized and protected groups.