Experience PD Week 2018 – Your Destination for Education, Inspiration & Empowerment in the Public Sector
PD Week 2018 is just around the corner and our friends at FMI have been working hard to deliver an outstanding Conference Program with more than 40 sessions across 20 relevant and timely streams!
Join 5,000 of your peers to hear from and connect face-to-face with top public sector and industry experts to gain insights, uncover solutions to your most pressing challenges and grow your network.
Register to attend this year’s event and get:
- Choice of 20 concentrated and interactive Streams
- Keynote Presentations from industry visionaries
- Delegate Networking Breaks and Lunches
- Networking Receptions
- An Evening of Celebration (Friday)
- A dynamic and engaging Exhibition floor – come visit our booth!
- And so much more!
Register as a group and lock in group rates for your entire team – for more information, please contact email@example.com.
What now?? An interactive case study of workplace sexual harassment
This timely webinar, brought to you by the Ethics Practitioners’ Association of Canada (EPAC), will take place onWednesday, Nov. 7 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EST.
If you are a manager, human resource professional, legal counsel or just any employee, you will benefit from this interactive webinar on workplace sexual harassment where we will cover:
- What steps to take when such situations arise
- Where does the responsibility lie for reporting
- How can organizations work proactively to prevent such incidents
The webinar will feature a case study. We are extremely grateful to have two experts in the field of workplace sexual harassment to comment and respond to your questions:
Madhu Gupta is a lawyer, writer and experienced workplace investigator. She is the co-author of several books on sexual harassment and investigations, including Sexual Harassment Investigations – How to Limit Your Liability, A Practical Guide. As a third party investigator, Madhu has a proven track record in conducting complex and high profile investigations. She also provides investigation consulting for in house investigators, assists with policy review and development and facilitates harassment training workshops.
Margaret Michaels is an Ottawa based investigator with extensive experience in conducting investigations into breaches of policy concerning workplace conduct for both public and private sector employers. This includes Human Rights, Occupational Health & Safety legislation, Treasury Board policies on Harassment, the Duty to Accommodate, Codes of Conduct and Values and Ethics policies.
Free for members of EPAC. Non-members will be invoiced $40 ($15 for students). Please register by clicking on this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5502062132735047171
The case will be sent to you at least 24 hours prior to the webinar so you can read it beforehand.
October PD Day: Service Delivery and Performance Management – From Planning to Results
|October 25, 2018 • 150 Albert St., Sheraton Ottawa
The FMI Capital Chapter invites you to join us for the exciting launch of our 2018-19 PD Season Building on our success of last year’s performance management workshop we offer an exciting day on the continuing progress of results management. In collaboration with PPX, QMR Staffing Solutions, and BDO Interis, the FMI-CC is pleased to offer another exciting and informative professional development day focused on performance and results.
Brian Pagan, Assistant Secretary, Expenditure Management at Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Andrew Francis, Chief Financial Officer at Heritage Canada
Valerie Gideon, Sr. Assistant Deputy Minister at Indigenous Services Canada
Derek Armstrong, Executive Director at Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
For more information and to register, please visit: