- The current public service landscape: the impact of societal perspectives and external influences, key trends, internal dynamics and actors, legal aspects, the influence of governance on public service effectiveness
- Role clarity: clarifying the roles of political officials, bodies and executives, aligning administrative roles to achieve political directions, developing communication protocols between political and administrative actors
- Establishing a shared roadmap for collaboration: creating a joint vision for the future of constituents and communities, identifying strategic priorities, monitoring and adjusting progress
- Enriching political/administrative relations: crafting shared interface objectives, assessing current realities, formulating alignment strategies for governance and administrative excellence
- Enhancing leadership capacity in a public service environment: building core leadership competencies, setting behavioral standards for ethics and civility, preparing your personal action plan
In advance of the program, you will identify political/administrative interface issues you are facing. You will then lead an in-class “from issue to solution options” process for addressing it. You will receive personalized feedback on your facilitation and presentation efforts, to enhance your chances of future success.
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 anyone in a non-government organization who wants to enhance governance excellence.