Political, value-oriented, collaborative, stagnant
Most of the individuals I came across at FNHA were smart, dedicated, and extremely liberal. I became concerned with the excessive left-leaning political attitude of the organization over my term at FNHA. The people I came across at operational and management levels were well-intentioned and good-hearted, though very biased and seemingly stuck in viewing things almost exclusively through a traditionally focused lens. For context, I am not First Nations though I am a visible minority. There was too much focus put on decolonization and anti-stigma. My sense was the organization relied heavily on emotional decision-making and optics rather than results generation and actual progress. You may enjoy working here if you enjoy collaboration, a flatter organizational structure, and shared success/failure. You may not enjoy working here if you require competition, rationality, and individualism in your work.