We are a settler organization occupying Treaty 1 lands. We are on our own reconciliation journey. This includes working on TRC call to action #92 through ongoing education, relationship building and actively seeking out Indigenous suppliers, contractors, and partners.
We are learning and working on being an ally to Indigenous organizations, leaders, and community through our work with Indigenous governments and partners, membership of the Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce and participate on Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce Truth and Reconciliation Advisory Council.
We are committed to complying with the Accessibility Standard for Customer Service under The Accessibility for Manitobans Act.
Our policies, practices and measures reflect the principles of dignity, independence, integration, and equal opportunity for people with disabilities.
If a barrier to accessing our services cannot be removed, we seek to provide alternate ways to access the services.
Blueprint is committed to the dignity and worth of every person and to create a climate of understanding and mutual respect in our office and the wider communities we work with.
Our organization is committed to promoting respectful conduct, tolerance and diversity at all times. We are committed to doing the work required to be accountable to our community and providing an inclusive, welcoming environment for all.
Mission-driven corporate leaders and teams
As a leader, you’re the champion for positive change inside your organization. You know that sometimes that means you have to make hard decisions that are even harder to communicate, and you care about getting it right. It’s not about policy, it’s about people. Your people. We can help get your team on the same page by bringing everyone together, working through the issues and designing a solution that your people can get on board with.
Your work doesn’t stop and neither do you. People in your communities matter the most, and you understand the value of collaboration throughout the process. There’s never enough time, people or money and you’re tired of wasting those precious resources on decisions that take too long and conflicts that don’t get resolved. Your board, community stakeholders and funders are all looking to you for answers. We’re here to help you get everyone on the same page so you can move forward.
As a government leader, your plate isn’t full, it’s overflowing. Trust is at the heart of why you do what you do. You’re a passionate community advocate and people turn to you when they need help. You’re often swept up in leading the charge on projects that are controversial, complicated, and costly. You want to protect the people on the inside, and you have an obligation to the public. We’ve been doing this work for years. We get it. We can help you create a plan for success by mapping out your stakeholders, designing an engagement strategy and making sure you have the data to back up the big decisions.
Big events are so much more than the day it all goes down, whether it’s online or in person. We’ll support you by creating a plan for success, however you define it. We offer event facilitation design, engagement strategies and event moderators to support your public event or meeting. We can help you get the conversation started, create engaging sessions, and expertly facilitate difficult issues. It’s time to design a different kind of meeting and get some real results.
Whether you’re stepping into a new career or a seasoned expert, our facilitator network is a place where you can build your skills, learn from others, share your knowledge, and find jobs that match your interests. We’re building a community for professional facilitators, and we would love the opportunity to work together.