Working In Indian Country can help your organization build successful business relationships with American Indian tribes.  Our specialized principles and platinum rules are based upon cultural understanding, trust, and respect.  Working in Indian Country is valuable for businesses, government agencies, or any organization that has the the need to do business with American Indian tribes.

Improve your working relationship with the American Indian tribes you do business with. Take a look around our website to find out more about Workshops and Consulting Services or order your copy of author Larry Keown’s newly released book “Working In Indian Country”.  Check back frequently for the latest articles and comments or subscribe to our Newsletter to have the latest Working In Indian Country articles, news, and information sent straight to you.  Please Contact Us with any questions you may have.


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2018 “Working In Indian Country” workshops

We have scheduled three “Working In Indian Country” workshop for Winter 2018 in Wyoming, South Dakota, and Montana.   Go to “Registration and Scheduling” on the right hand menu for details.

Olympia, WA Feb. 16, 2017 W/S Is Now Full

The “Working In Indian Country” workshop scheduled for February 16, 2017 at Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA is full.  We will be compiling a “Waiting List” in the event there are any cancellations.  Please send us an email from the “Contact” button on the right if you would like to be placed on the list.  Thank you […]

Working In Indian Country Workshop – Olympia, WA – February 16, 2017

A one-day “Working In Indian Country” workshop is now scheduled for February 16, 2017 at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.  Click here of more details.

“Working In Indian Country” Workshop – April 16, 2016 – Golden, CO

We have scheduled a “Working In Indian Country’ workshop for April 20, 2016 in Golden, Colorado.  This one-day workshop provides participants with all the basic information needed to begin building effective business relationships with American Indian Tribes.  Register now at the “Registration and Scheduling” link to the right.  Class size is limited to 40 participants.