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The New Face of the Public Service

The federal public service faces an increasingly competitive environment with respect to recruitment and retention of the top talent of the younger, tech-savvy generation.

Join us in identifying and developing solutions to promote the public service as an employer of choice that will be better able to attract and keep talent in this competitive market.

Invited speakers will explore how the cloud is changing the workplace and how the government can improve its branding.  A facilitated session will follow.

Here is a sample of our February 23, 2012 session “The New Face of the of Public Service” which explored and addressed how the public service faces an increasingly competitive environment with respect to recruitment and retention of the top talent of the younger, tech-savvy generation:

 

This blog is available in English only.

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About the Authors

  • Catherine

    Catherine Waters

    Manager, Learning Lab

    Catherine Waters is Manager of the Learning Lab with the Institute on Governance. She has extensive experience as a consultant, researcher and instructor/facilitator in the areas of public management, public policy, organizational development and corporate governance. Catherine has a special interest in the areas of modernizing governance, citizen engagement and democratic participation, and Aboriginal governance. Catherine has co-authored articles in a number of policy journals. In the area of professional development and life-long learning, she developed and delivered distance learning for the Government of Nunavut and the Certified Management Accountants to expand access to training opportunities to a wider group of public servants.

    Catherine teaches in Carleton University’s MA program in Public Policy and Administration, on Public Management and Labour Relations & Collective Bargaining.

    Catherine previously worked in London U.K. as a Senior HR Manager for British Telecommunications plc, focusing on international business development in the US and EU and labour relations. Particular areas of interest included integration of international joint ventures, organizational change, and professional development and training.

    Catherine holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and French literature (Honours) from the University of Victoria, a Masters in Public Policy and Administration from Carleton University and an MSc in Labour Economics (With Distinction) from the London School of Economics.

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