IOG Graduates the 20th Cohort of the Executive Leadership Program

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Thursday, June 13th is a milestone achievement for IOG: we graduated the 20th cohort of our Executive Leadership Program. Mr. Anil Arora, Chief Statistician of Canada, left the graduates with resonating food-for-thought: choose a chair that you love and make a difference on the lives it impacts. This is what ELP is all about. Since 2012, many inspiring leaders and change-makers have come through our doors for training and left with so much more:

  • A network of new colleagues, friends, and mentors to support their leadership journey;
  • an appreciation and love for Canada's North and the governance challenges these communities face;
  • a deeper understanding self, their leadership style, and their goals;
  • a wealth of stories and advice from experienced public servants who once wore the same shoes;
  • a greater sense of preparedness for working in the public service in an increasingly digital world; and
  • a sense of excitement to further their careers using their moral compass and core values as a guide.

Over 300 executives from across Canada now have a more nuanced perspective on what it means to be a leader in the 21st Century. Cheers to you all and enjoy these pictures from the celebration.

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Rebecca Hollett

Rebecca Hollett

Marketing and Communications Manager

Rebecca joined the Institute on Governance in January 2018.

Prior to joining the IOG, Rebecca spent ten years in the theatre exhibition industry in guest service, management, human resources, learning events and talent development. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Rebecca is interested in innovative thought and new ideas, and is passionate about social and environmental responsibility.

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