Date: 2015-01-09
Time: 00:00:00
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Category: Conference
Subject: From the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / De l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada

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Announcing: Early Bird rate extended to January 17, 2015

Get the Inside Scoop from Greg Sorbara!

The Battlefield of Ontario Politics

“Greg Sorbara takes us on a roller-coaster of the past three decades encompassing seven premiers, three different political parties in power, and a sea change in the province’s economic and political culture.”

IAN URQUART, former Queen’s Park columnist for the Toronto Star          


Experience the ride as Greg Sorbara will unravel the political and sometimes personal stories behind his challenges and successes of over 30 years in the political arena of provincial politics.  Hear how an incredible credible public service fueled the ride to deliver good public policy.


Be there on Thursday, February 5, 2015


...and there’s much more ….


For program details: http://www.ipac.ca/Leadership2015-Program


Don’t miss the Leadership Café - Speed Mentoring!
Obtain personal advice and quick tips on leadership and career development issues from senior leaders.


Celebrate the best of the best at the 2014 Public Sector Leadership Awards Gala dinner. Check out who the finalists are: www.ipac.ca/Leadership2015-AwardsGala


Need accommodations? Click here to reserve a room  at the Omni King Edward Hotel with your preferred IPAC rate.  ( http://www.ipac.ca/Leadership2015-Accommodation )


Leadership on Twitter!
In our efforts to increase engagement and dynamism with our audience through social media, we encourage everyone to Tweet the Leadership conference and IPAC handles: @IPAC_Leadership and @IPAC_IAPC
Hashtag: #IPACleadership

Looking forward to a flurry of tweets!


Click here to register:  https://www.ipac.ca/Leadership2015-registration



Smarter Government Webinar Series


Making Change Work... While the Work Keeps Changing


IBM Canada in collaboration and The Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) cordially invite you to this complimentary webinar on Thursday, January 29th at 11:00 EST


To learn more & Register: Click here


The pressure on government to make better choices, deliver results and demonstrate accountability is intensifying. Leaders struggle with rapidly evolving technology, an ever-growing mountain of data and the increasing need for departmental integration; all steering government towards one intention – to keep up with change.


Join IBM's change management expert, Barbara Crawford, GBS, Strategy & Analytics – Talent &
Change Domain Leader, to find out how to effectively execute organizational change. Discover
this leading approach to transformation that delivers the ability:


• To anticipate and manage pervasive change
• To formalize change expertise and systematically build organization-wide change capabilities
• To enhance collaboration and meet transformational goals


Host: Robert Taylor, CEO, Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC)


To learn more & Register: Click here


Can’t watch the webinar? You can also join Barbara Crawford for her “Making Change Work” workshop at IPAC’s Leadership Conference February 5-6, in Toronto! Click HERE to learn more.




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