Conference Overview

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This one-day conference and learning event is focused on connecting people and bringing new ideas to Canadian federal government employees who care about Public Service Renewal.

Our focus this year is on finding new ways of working that we can adopt. New approaches and techniques with a gov2.0 flavour that have the potential to create more citizen value as well as reduce deficits.

Innovation requires a constant stream of ideas from outside of the organization, so many of the speakers at PS Engage will come from outside the Canadian Public Service.

As such, PS Engage will offer a jam-packed day of learning opportunities filled with a line-up of thought-provoking speakers. You will be encouraged to challenge the status quo, while sharing your experiences and stories.

Who should attend?

This event is for public service innovators who need to find better ways to achieve their objectives in a fiscally restrained environment.

  • Anyone who cares about the future of the public service
  • Managers and executives who need to work together to  demonstrate value
  • Communications and change professionals
  • Architects of all kinds

Get your team on track with delegate packages:

PS Engage aims to be a transformational experience, and based on feedback from last year’s events it was just that for a number of delegates. We would like to encourage teams to attend as a group and apply the learnings together. In fact if we can get several groups from different organizations that need to work together we can dedicate a Make it Real session to your situation.

When you book a delegate package you receive big savings and when everyone attends as a group they all share an understanding.  Delegate passes are interchangeable with anyone in your organization.

Be part of the solution at PS Engage 2012

Join us for a day of learning, collaboration and fun as private sector and public service folks from different perspectives come together to share, cross-pollinate and explore what works and what doesn’t in the world of Gov 2.0.

More details to come!