Date: 2014-10-16
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Catégorie: Conference
Sujet: New Professionals Workshop Announcement - November 10th, Toronto

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(seulement en anglais)


Keynotes and Panels for the Innovator in all of us! REGISTER


We have highlighted keynotes and panels below, but for the full program see our website: http://www.ipac.ca/NPworkshop-Program


8:10  Opening Keynote Zahra Ebrahim, Principal, Partner, archiTEXT, Toronto

Ms. Zahra Ebrahim is the Principal and Founder of the design think tank, archiTEXT. Learn how she and her team come up with fearless solutions to problems on our NP Workshop website. If you would like a sneak peak of her ideas before the workshop on Nov 10th, you can check out this really great TEDxTalk: http://bit.ly/1u0I97P


11:15  Municipal Session presented by IPAC and AMCTO: Smart Municipal Governments driven by New Talent, Ideas and Innovations
Facilitator:  Rick Johal, Director, Member and Sector Relations, Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO)

Carla Ladd, CAO, City of Barrie
Paul Shipway, CAO of the Municipality of Bayham
Jim Pine, CAO Hastings County


This broad mix of municipal CAOs will discuss the changing world of municipal government in Ontario.  Topics that will be explored include how to effectively manage and deliver direct services to the public in an era of constrained fiscal resources.  Additionally, balancing this need for a sector that is transitioning its human resources to a newer generation of professionals.  The dynamics at play are critical to appreciate in order to ensure the sector continues to improve, innovate and pursue creative approaches to meeting the growing demands of local citizens in each of our communities.


15:45  Armchair Discussion: Steps to a Successful Career in the Public Service

By popular demand, we have lined up a panel of Federal, Provincial, Municipal, and Canada School speakers to provide you with a well-rounded panel on how to advance your career, moderated by our former New Professionals National Chair...so this promises to be a fantastic discussion that will lead nicely into our 5pm Pub-Affair discussions and networking.


Denise Andrea Campbell, Director, Social Policy, Analysis and Research, City of Toronto

Josephine Cusumano, Executive Assistant to the Assistant Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport; Chair, Tomorrow's Ontario Public Service (TOPS)

Kevin Guerin, Regional Director, Canada School of Public Service, Government of Canada

Greg Orencsak, Deputy Minister, Treasury Board; Deputy Minister, Government Services, Secretary of Treasury Board and Management Board of Cabinet, Government of Ontario

Moderator: Colleen McCormick, Director, Strategic Partnerships, Tourism and Small Business, Government of British Columbia


17:00  Pub Affair --- Continue the Conversation (Location TBC)




Michèle Anderson – BA., MA., GradCertA., DipChin.

Events / Communications Officer - IPAC

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Tackling Complex Problems Through Innovative Solutions

November 10th, 2014
Ontario Room, Mowat Block,
900 Bay Street, Toronto



JOIN THE FUN:  https://www.ipac.ca/NPworkshop-Registration



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