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Center for Excellence & Performance Management & Accountability (CEPMA)

October 14, 2014 at the OITC in Toronto, from 9:15 a.m. to 1 p.m.
click here for agenda: http://www.ipac.ca/documents/Agenda-oct14-final2.pdf 
Click here to register: https://www.ipac.ca/CEPMA-October14-2014


New Professionals Workshop: Tackling Complex Problems Through Innovative Solutions

November 10th, 2014
Ontario Room, Mowat Block, 900 Bay Street, Toronto
For information and to register:  www.ipac.ca/NPworkshop


This one-day workshop is designed to merge professional development and networking, with contributions from innovative leaders in the public sector, academia, the non-profit and the private sector. The Institute is partnering with a variety of stakeholders including Tomorrow's Ontario Public Service (TOPS) and the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO) to ensure that the content of the workshop will be relevant to a broad cross-section of new professionals.  Among the topics that will be presented are gamification, the activities of the MaRS Solutions Lab, and tempered radicals and institutional entrepreneurs.  The workshop will also include important opportunities for networking.


The Incredible and Credible Leader 
IPAC National Leadership Conference & Awards

February 5-6, 2015
The King Edward Hotel, Toronto
Conference website is coming soon


In naming a leader or leaders who could be described as incredible and credible, you would likely use such descriptors as inspiring, energizing, sincere, competent and committed. Other attributes considered when identifying a credible leader may include composed, honorable, likeable, or action oriented. Leaders are credible if others recognize that they combine technical expertise with strong relationships built upon doing what they say they will do, live by their word, demonstrate the values they talk about and do the right things for the right reasons.

In an environment of continuous change, the credibility you earn and exhibit is critical to building the culture necessary to meet the known and unknown challenges facing your organization. A leader who ‘walks the talk’ is able to build the trust, confidence and enthusiasm necessary to meet organizational objectives and deliver results.


The Responsible Public Servant by Ken Kernaghan & John Langford has become Canada's best-selling volume on public service ethics. 
Second edition is now available to purchase.
In Leaders in the Shadows, David Siegel brings the CAO into the limelight, examining the leadership qualities of effective municipal managers.
Now available to pre-order. 

Governing in the Now:
Initiate, Integrate, Innovate
67th IPAC National Annual Conference

August 23rd - 26th, 2015
Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia
www.ipac.ca/2015

Charting a course in today's environment of public administration can be challenging. Journey with us for conversations about governing in the now.
 


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