Date: 2015-01-16
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Category: Conference
Subject: Leading in the Spotlight …

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Leading in the Spotlight …


Announcing Open Keynote Saäd Rafi, Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games CEO.
A year in as CEO … from the shadows to the spotlight...lessons learned in ensuring the success of the third largest multi-sport event in the world, to be held in Toronto, July 2015.


Leaders in the Shadows ….


The Leadership Qualities of Municipal CAOs:
A discussion of the leadership traits, skills, and behaviours of successful municipal CAOs/City Managers. 
David Siegel, author of Leaders in the Shadows, will discuss his research with panelists, Michael R. Garrett, former CAO, Regional Municipality of York and Peel and Carla Ladd, CAO, City of Barrie.

Transformation Through Open Government – Building Credibility:
The panelists will provide an inside view on the leadership required to design, manage and implement  transformation through open government approaches.

Panelists: Leadership Award finalists from the City of Toronto and City of Guelph

See Details www.ipac.ca/Leadership2015-Program


Learn from the Best! Insights from colleagues at all three levels of government across Canada and internationally, politicians and thought leaders to inspire leadership change.

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

Celebrate the best of the best for 2014 Deloitte/IPAC Public Sector Leadership Awards Finalists at the Awards Gala dinner.


REGISTER NOW! EXTENDED DEADLINE: January 16thwww.ipac.ca/Leadership2015-Registration


Visit Conference Website – www.ipac.ca/Leadership2015



Christine Michaty

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