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Critical Thinking and Creative Problem-solving - Iqaluit

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Today's work environment is increasingly complex and ambiguous. At the same time, our managers and stakeholders are demanding we come up with more creative and innovation solutions to the problems we face. How can you find solutions and make decisions when faced with uncertainty? How do you respond to the demand for more innovative approaches in your process? This workshop will provide you with creative processes and tools that strike the right balance between critical thinking and creative solutions.

Delegation Skills for the Workplace - Iqaluit

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Of all the key competencies for Supervisors and Managers, two of the most important are learning to manage individual performance on a daily basis and learning to delegate. Both represent difficult learning curves. Without mastering delegation, it is impossible to expand your range of responsibility, to empower others or to grow into your role and responsibilities. For many, it is a difficult transition from being paid for doing it yourself to getting the work done through others.

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Conference: Inuit Maligait Piqqusituqavut Inuuttiarnirmut – Inuit Customary Laws for Wellbeing - Iqaluit

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The Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Conference: Inuit Maligait Piqqusituqavut
Inuuttiarnirmut – Inuit Customary Laws for Wellbeing Conference will provide the
Government of Nunavut support in implementing Iviqtippalliajut: In the Process of
Falling Into Place. This framework was tabled in the fall session of 2018 and is the
guideline for the incorporation of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ), Inuit Societal
Values (ISV), and Inuktut in the workplace.

Strategic Communication - Iqaluit

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Strategists adapt to circumstances. They gather and synthesize information, and “connect the dots.” They anticipate. They plan. This course takes participants through the process of strategic communications planning. It focuses as much on the process of strategic thinking and engaging others in that process, as it does on the plan itself.

The session covers:

Strategic Communication - Iqaluit

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Strategists adapt to circumstances. They gather and synthesize information, and “connect the dots.” They anticipate. They plan.This course takes participants through the process of strategic communications planning. It focuses as much on the process of strategic thinking and engaging others in that process, as it does on the plan itself.

The session covers:

Building Relationships Through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competence - Weekend Iqaluit

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In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a

Nunavut History and Governance

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A survey of Nunavut’s incredible history, this course is a primer in Nunavut governance and culture, with strong emphasis on the Nunavut Agreement (NA). Ideal for all employees, this course enables participants to better understand the structure of the Government of Nunavut, as well as the functions of its departments and the roles of the numerous boards, agencies, and other organizations created under the NA.

Advanced Policy Training Program

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The Advanced Policy Training Program is a specialized professional development program designed for the Government of Nunavut (GN), based on the issues, structures and processes of the GN. It combines dynamic, interactive training with many activities, discussions and exercises designed to build strong policy skills and all the participants.

The Advanced Policy Training level is open to Inuit and non-Inuit GN employees with policy experience or who have completed Policy Training.

The skills participants will practice are:

Policy Foundations Program

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The Policy Foundations Program is a specialized professional development program designed for the Government of Nunavut (GN), based on the issues, structures and processes of the GN. It combines dynamic, interactive training with many activities, discussions and exercises designed to build strong policy skills and all the participants.

The Policy Foundations level is open only to Inuit. No experience in policy development is necessary. 

The skills participants will practice are: