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IPAC - Passing the Torch: Inter-Generational Learning

  • 31 May 2017
  • 08:30 - 15:30
  • SFU Harbour Centre|1420-1430 Segal Rooms, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC

Passing the Torch: Inter-Generational Learning Club. 

REGISTER HERE by May 22, 2017 to reserve your seat !

Presented by IPAC (The Institute of Public Administration of Canada) Vancouver & SFU School of Public Policy:

Inter-generational learning is an important component of effective and well-functioning work places. Such learning is a critical tool in undertaking Succession Planning – an important business process - within organizations. The reality is that many organizations face challenges in undertaking successful succession planning. Too often seasoned professionals retire or move on without imparting the vast knowledge and experience they have acquired throughout their careers. This lack of knowledge transfer represents a loss to the organization.

With this in mind, this seminar will focus on mining the wisdom of “seasoned professionals” and developing leadership at all levels. Participants will gather insights from speakers and panelists on the opportunities for inter-generational learning including mentoring, coaching, leadership development and transferring knowledge.

As well, organizations and governments face constantly escalating threats to both physical and information security. Kick-start your inter-generational learning by hearing about the need for an effective Corporate Security Program and engage in an interactive discussion on developing “Leaders at All Levels”. The seminar will close with a “Speakers Corner” where you are invited to ask our speakers and panelists questions about topics that are of interest to you.

Keynote speakers, moderators and panelists include:

  • Garrick Bradshaw, Principal Consultant, GMB Management Consulting
  • Teara Fraser, CEO/Owner, Raven Institute
  • Filip Jaworski, Graduate Candidate, SFU School of Public Policy
  • Noreen Kassam, Director of Finance, City of Burnaby
  • Paul Mochrie, Deputy City Manager, City of Vancouver
  • Susan Ney, Principal Consultant, Susan G Ney & Associates
  • Alison Paine, Assistant Deputy Minister, Talent Management, BC Public Service Agency
  • Lisa Nye, CEO, Pinpoint Consulting Inc.
  • Blair Polychronopoulos, Real Property Manager, RCMP
  • Gerry Salembier, ADM, Western Economic Diversification
  • Gary Wilson, Partner & Senior Consultant, 3Si Risk Strategies Inc.
    Date: Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

    Time:
     8:30am – 3:30pm (Check in opens at 8:00am)


    Where
    : SFU Harbour Centre|1420-1430 Segal Rooms, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC

    Cost: IPAC Members $60.00 | Non-Members $80.00 | New Professionals $55.00 | Students & Retirees $40.00

    IPAC non-members: If you sign up and pay for an IPAC annual membership on the day of the Vancouver Workshop/AGM (May 31st, 2017), $20.00 from your registration will go towards an annual membership.  Membership payments can be made by cash, cheque or with credit cards online.  Visit the IPAC membership table at the event for more information.

    Includes: breakfast and lunch

    REGISTER HERE by May 22, 2017 to reserve your seat !

    For more information, contact:  Penny Bruin | 604-716-0710 | pbruin@primus.ca or visit our website at http://www.ipac.ca/vancouver/upcomingevents 



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