Why is it so important for the public service to grow its own talent? Daniel Watson, Chief Human Resource Officer, says it’s because Canadians turn to the public service instinctively when problems need to be solved.
The CGE Leadership Awards were handed out to the St. Lawrence Parks Commission, Canada Health Infoway, New Brunswick’s Performance Excellence Process, GCSurplus at Public Works and Government Services Canada, the Canada Revenue Agency’s Red Tape Reduction initiative, the Ontario Land and Resources I&IT Cluster’s Modernization of Approvals Platform, and Health Canada’s First Nations Health Authority.
Jodi LeBlanc, Values and Ethics Advisor for Veterans Affairs Canada, Jean-René Halde, CEO of the Business Development Bank of Canada, and Janice Baker, CAO for the City of Mississauga, participate in a panel moderated by Molinaro on the topic of the future of the public service.
Amy Allen is a staff writer with Canadian Government Executive magazine. You can connect with her at email@example.com.
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