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Digital Ethics

We are excited to be launching a new workshop on Digital Ethics.

This workshop has been developed as a partnership between the IOG, Saint Paul University, and digital government expert Ryan Androsoff (who leads our popular Digital Executive Leadership Program). This partnership has allowed us to put together this unique offering that brings both an academic understanding of the key ethical issues facing the adoption of disruptive technologies in government, along with a practical lens to explore what this means for public servants in their daily work.

New Transition Course

The transition to a new government led by the public service is critical to building trust and ensuring a shared understanding of the next four years.  This program will prepare you as a public servant to engage at all levels to ensure not just a smooth transition, but effective working relationships:

  • What are my responsibilities as a public servant, to support a new government democratically elected in its effort to deliver on its new mandate
  • How do government transitions occurs mechanically (mandate letters, new cabinet and committees)
  • How does a government go about implementing their program once elected (SFT, cabinet composition, first announcements, etc)

Stay tuned to learn more and register.

Elp Municipal

Coming this November is the latest in our highly recognized Executive Leadership training: the Executive Leadership Program in Municipal Intergovernmental Affairs.

This unique program, spread over six sessions in Toronto and Ottawa, will help municipal leaders to understand and develop effective strategies in dealing with the federal and provincial governments.