FliP University x IPAC

The Institute of Public Administration of Canada is excited to announce a new partnership with FliP University.  

FliP U is fliPing online learning on its head with topical and timely, social micro-learning that is meticulously curated, engaging and transformative. 

Join the launch of the first two courses: Active Followership: The f-word that complements leadership, the world’s first only online course on followership, and The FliPsides of collaborative decision making. Based on ideas from their book, Leadership Is Half The Story: A Fresh Look At Followership, Leadership, and Collaboration (University of Toronto, Rotman Press), Dr. Marc Hurwitz and Samantha Hurwitz will help you have more positive influence, impact, and confidence in your role and with your teams. 


Here's what you can expect

  • Each course will kick-off Friday May 4th.. New content will be released over 8 weeks.
  • Each week you dedicate a half hour to learning, at your convenience.
  • You will learn from and build community online with colleagues across Canada and all levels of government. You’ll get support and ideas, share stories and AHA’s.
  • An online leadership and followership coach will engage and give you individual support.
  • Once you register you have lifetime access to the course content.
  • A Linked In badge of certification is provided when you complete the 8-week program.

Join in for the special price of $229, a $50 savings only available to IPAC members. For teams of 20 or more, contact [email protected] to find out about additional deals.


Active Followership: The F-word that complements leadership

Imagine you had a secret formula that supercharged your career, enabling you to make your voice heard, create more value, and take control of your organizational destiny. Also, imagine that secret formula supercharged your team and your organization by improving accountability, productivity, creativity, and engagement by 17 to 43%!

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The FliPsides of collaborative decision making

Are you on a mission to seek out better more collaborative decision making, to boldly go where no one has gone before? We face dozens of decisions every day from the ordinary to those more akin to intergalactic warfare. Decision-making is a skill with many facets: How do you decide how you will decide? How do you move the process forward? How do you give opinions in a way that gets heard and valued? What do you do if the “wrong” decision is made? How can you harness the most value from your crew?

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