We’re proud to introduce Creative Fire’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) practice, our service offering designed to guide and support companies on their path towards reconciliation.
Every organization in Canada – and each employee – has a responsibility to Call to Action #92, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations for Corporate Canada.
A Reconciliation Action Plan is one of the first steps engaged leaders can take to show their organization’s commitment to building bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, which is of increasing importance to clients, employees, future talent and other stakeholders. A RAP provides a framework to support the reconciliation movement, setting a clear path to diversify employees, partnerships and the supply chain − to the benefit of the organization, its stakeholders and reconciliation efforts.
With deep Indigenous roots and more than two decades of working alongside institutions, companies and leaders in Indigenous and non-Indigenous settings, Creative Fire helps organizations on their journey towards reconciliation – whether you’re taking the first step towards reconciliation or are ready to be a leader in your industry.
Connect with us to learn more about our RAP service offering.