- Leveraging behavioural and leadership styles in a public service setting
- Diversifying your facilitation methods: encouraging open dialogue among public sector actors and interests, focusing discussions to arrive at decisions
- Analyzing group dynamics: process preparation and assessment, success criteria for group development, remedial strategies for group dynamic challenges
- Seeking practical solutions: customizing your approach to public service issues, remedies for problem-solving challenges, four-step structure to guide problem-solving processes
- Preparing effective recommendations: assembling information required of public service decision makers, analyzing public service agency decision-making processes
- Making powerful presentations: assessing elected and appointed public service executive needs, effective presentation techniques, guided practice
- Decision-making follow-up: learning from experience, ensuring successful implementation of decisions
Prior to the program, you will identify issues you are currently facing. You will then lead an in-class “issue statement to decision” process for dealing with it. You will receive personalized feedback on your facilitation and presentation efforts, and leave the program with new tools and ideas for effective leadership action.
This program is for senior managers and elected or
appointed officials in federal, provincial, local, regional and First Nation
government agencies. It is also for those in non-government organizations who
are interested in enhancing their personal and organizational excellence.