What will the public service of the future look like?
How can we continue to grow in our careers and equip ourselves with the skills to be able to most effectively serve our communities?
Join the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) Toronto Region at Bay Adelaide East in downtown Toronto on October 28, 2022 for the annual new professionals conference centered around the theme “Growing in Tomorrow's Public Service”. Conference will be held in-person and live-streamed for virtual attendees.
Succession Planning: An OPS Case Study in Talent Management
Hear an HR Advisor's experience and lessons learned from leading succession management in an OPS ministry to identify successors to 250+ leadership roles over a span of 4 months & learn how succession planning can be used to position yourself for opportunities.
A Path to a Fulfilling and Continuously Evolving Career
Panelists will discuss moments in their career that have informed their career choices towards finding a fulfilling and continuously evolving career.
How do I grow in the public service? Tips & Strategies for Career Growth
Hear from public servants how they grew their career & their tips and strategies for career growth. They will discuss topics such as transitioning into management, identifying job and professional development opportunities, career branding and networking strategies.
Tomorrow's public service: What will it look like?
Three senior leaders from the 3 levels of government will offer their vision for the public service- What skills will be in demand? What will the future of work look like? How will government be delivering services?
This is your chance to get career advice from senior executives! Participants will have conversations with at least 4 senior executives from the 3 levels of government.
Early Bird - $76
Regular - $96
Early Bird - $33
Regular - $50
IPAC MEMBERS RECEIVE A 30% DISCOUNT!
To obtain the discount, use the promo code provided in a recent IPAC Toronto newsletter, or contact IPAC Toronto to obtain the promo code.
*Early-bird prices are available until September 24, 2022.
This conference is being hosted on the traditional territory of many Indigenous nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabek, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples.
For any enquiries or to request an accommodation, please contact [email protected].