Our Executive Leadership Programs are a response to the changing public sector world in which we live. Over the course of a year participants develop the applied strategic and tactical know-how needed to meet the leadership challenges of an increasingly complex public sector shaped by globalization, digital technologies and shifting demographics. Learn more about our Executive Leadership Program.
A leading edge leadership development program designed for managers at the EX minus 1 and 2 levels who aspire to become executives in the federal public service. The 12-day programme is delivered in 4 modules that are 3 days in length. The delivery schedule enables the cost to be amortised over 2 fiscal years. The program challenges participants by combining theory, modelling, guest speakers, leadership site visits and case studies sponsored by a department. Learn more about our Aspiring Senior Managers Program.
Our two-day Boot Camps prepare you to take on greater responsibilities within your functional community be it science-policy, communications, policy, human resources, comptrollership (audit and finance), evaluation or information technology. Learn more about our Leadership Boot Camps.
We offer a suite of open enrollment day-long courses that help public servants successfully navigate the system. They cover a wide range of topics including how government really works, emerging policy development tools and processes (e.g. behavioral economics), how to brief with impact and more. Browse our courses.
All public servants need to understand the processes that drive the Cabinet and Central Agencies. These three courses will prepare you for working in, and dealing with, Cabinet and Central Agency processes and processes. Learn more about our Central Agency Bundle.
These three courses focus on the critical elements of government every public servant should know. Participants will acquire specific skills so that hone their effectiveness and their survival skills. Learn more about our Mastering the Essentials of Government Bundle.
Our “policy bundle” attracts a wide range of public servants who want to review policy fundamentals, better deal with current policy challenges and focus on the more advanced dimensions of policy development. Learn more about our Policy Bundle.
The IOG will help your organization gain the advantage of strong, integrated, results-oriented science capacity that supports your organizational mission, mandate and operational objectives. In this context, “science in government” relates to all departments and all staff involved in science that support policy development; regulatory development and enforcement; development of new knowledge; development of new technology; and development of new tools. Learn more about Science in Government.
We customize our course content to meet the unique needs of any federal, provincial, territorial, or municipal department or agency. Customized courses can save you money while addressing your particular objectives, history, stakeholders, personalities and culture. All of our customized courses are informed by our extensive research in all areas of management, leadership and governance. Learn more about customizing courses at the IOG.
The IOG offers coaching to executives and officers at all levels of government, the private and the not-for-profit sectors to further develop their leadership skills. Our coaching services are available in both French and English and rates are identified on a case-by-case basis. Learn more about our coaching services.
NFPs are refered to under law as Public Purpose organizations for a reason; it is recognized that governments (National, Provincial & Municipal) cannot do everything and as such, legislation exists for groups of people within society to come together to form organizations to fill the gaps where governments fall short or are unable to work.
The Board of Directors (with the CEO as an Non-Voting member) is the responsible group for the governance of any NFP; and with that responsibility is ultimately legally accountable for the organization as a whole under the law.
While many organizations can and do provide orientation to existing or new Board members, this orientation is often more about the functions as a Director with that particular organization and is not targeted at building capacity or the skills of individual Directors or the Board as a whole. Learn more about Board Leadership