Upcoming National Events

- JUN -

8-9

Mon-Tue
PSMW 2020
Location: Halifax Convention Centre
07:00h - 16:00h


Upcoming Chapter Events

OCT-JUN

24-11

Thu
Hosted by: Capital Chapter
PD Passport - Capital Chapter
Location: Ottawa
h - h

In the 2019-2020 Program Year, FMI*IGF-CC is introducing a new concept – the PD Passport option, to help professionals interested in attending PD Days incur cost savings and offer greater flexibility to PD participants.

In addition to the option of purchasing one PD seat for $440, professionals in both public and private sector now have the option to purchase a package of 4 seats for $405 each (can be used at any PD Day during the Program Year). PD Day participation is now complemented with free FMI*IGF-CC membership!

Cost: $1,620

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- FEB -

11

Tue
Hosted by: PEI Chapter
FMI PEI Session on Workplace Culture and Ethical Conduct featuring Maya Douglas, Deloitte
Location: Rodd Charlottetown, Georgian Ballroom, 75 Kent Street Charlottetown
08:30h - 12:30h

The Financial Management Institute, PEI Chapter, is pleased to present a Professional Development Session with a guest speaker on:

Workplace Culture and Ethical Conduct

 featuring:

Maya Douglas - Manager, National Workplace Conduct and Culture, Deloitte

 

 

 

 

When:

Tuesday Feb 11, 2020

(Storm Date March 10, 2020)

 

Where:

Rodd Charlottetown Hotel,
Georgian Ballroom,
75 Kent St Charlottetown

 

Schedule:

8:00    Registration

8:30    Session Start

10:30   Nutrition Break (Refreshments provided)

12:30  Session End

This Professional Development Session is equivalent to four (4) Ethical PD
credits.

Cost $110

There is a maximum of 50 particpants for this training session.

Payment options:
 Online (during registration) by credit card
 At the door by exact cash or cheque
 By invoice - Invoices can be printed from the on-line registration
                        system at the time of registering.

 

Registration deadline is Tuesday February 4, 2020.
 

Cancellation Policy: Substitutions welcome.

 

Thank you for your interest in fmi*igf PEI Chapter.

 

Please direct questions to Theresa DesRoches at 902-368-4225 or Karla Thompson at 902-368-4013.

Financial Management Institute - PEI Chapter

P.O. Box 3406, Charlottetown, PE  C1A 8W5


- FEB -

11

Tue
Hosted by: Manitoba Chapter
Treaties/Treaty Relationship
Location: Radisson Hotel - 288 Portage Avenue @ Smith
11:30h - 13:00h

Treaties/Treaty Relationship

Marlene Gallagher - Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba

The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) is a neutral body, created through a partnership between the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) and Canada with a mandate to strengthen, rebuild and enhance the Treaty relationship and mutual respect between First Nations and Manitobans as envisaged by the Treaty Parties.

The TRCM will enhance and maintain positive intergovernmental relations and cooperation, conduct independent research that advances discussion on Treaty related issues, and facilitate public understanding of the importance and role of Treaty making in building a stronger and healthier nation.


- FEB -

20

Thu
Hosted by: Nova Scotia
Unconscious Bias
Location: Four Points by Sheraton, Admirals Room South, 1496 Hollis Street, Halifax
09:00h - 12:00h

The goal of this session is to understand how unconscious bias can affect our perceptions, decisions, and interactions. Unconscious biases are created by our environments and experiences. Our mind is constantly processing information, oftentimes without our conscious awareness. When we are moving fast or lack all the data, our unconscious biases fill in the gaps, influencing everything from professional decisions to our interactions with people. This session aims to raise awareness, spark conversation, and initiate action.

Speaker: April Howe, Executive Director - People and Culture Divison, Nova Scotia Public Service Commission

April joined the Nova Scotia Public Service Commission in December of 2017 as Executive Director overseeing the People and Culture Division's five corporate units: Recruitment Services, Engagement & Innovation, Corporate Diversity & Inclusion, Internal Communications, and Organizational Development & Learning. Formerly she was a partner with Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette for 16 years leading their Career Transition practice. Earlier in her career, she held senior administrative roles within the federal government, recruitment, and communications sectors.

April completed an Executive Masters of Business at Saint Mary's University - Sobey School of Business. As well, she's a Certified Career Coach and has a Mediation & Conflict Management certificate from Dalhousie University.

Active in the community, April is a Director on Boards of the IWK Foundation, the Halifax Partnership, and the North End Community Health Clinic. Formerly, April sat on the boards of the United Way, the Black Business Initiative, and was a founding board member serving as Chair and Vice Chair of the Africville Heritage Trust. As a mentor to young professionals, she enjoys mentoring soon-to-be leaders in the community.

The morning learning session will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Hot buffet breakfast will be provided at 8:45 a.m.

Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.

The cost for this session is $75 which includes a hot buffet breakfast and entitles registrants to a complimentary annual membership with FMI National. All sessions qualify for 3 verifiable CPD credits.

Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment. Deadline for registration is February 17, 2020.

We look forward to seeing on February 20th!

Note: The Admirals Room South is located in the Four Points Conference Centre which can be accessed directly from the Maritime Centre, B1 Level.

SAVE THE DATE for PSMW 2020!

PSMW 2020 will be held June 8-9, 2020 in Halifax, NS. 


- FEB -

27

Thu
Hosted by: Capital Chapter
Leadership, Character & Ethics in the Public Sector
Location: Sheraton Hotel, Rideau Room, 150 Albert Street, Ottawa
08:00h - 16:00h

Join the FMI*IGF-CC for an exciting day focused on leadership, ethics and change management.  This PD Day will take you through the key competencies needed to lead into the future as well as practical experience exercises and tools to take back to your workplace. This initiative continues to build on previous successful leadership sessions and delves further into the complex world of change management.  You won’t want to miss this engaging and interactive session which will address the challenges and opportunities of leadership in the public service!

This day will be of interest to executives and all levels including EX minus 1 and will offer insights for those wishing to join the executive ranks.

Cost:  $440 each or $405 each with a group of four (4) or more

Location: Sheraton Hotel (Rideau Room), 150 Albert Street, Ottawa

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- MAY -

7

Thu
Hosted by: Capital Chapter
Update on Internal Controls and Next Gen Technology
Location: Sheraton Hotel, 150 Albert Street
08:00h - 16:00h

This PD Day will highlight how the management of big data and digitization is becoming increasingly important to organizations facing change. We will hear the challenges in providing assurance for accuracy, reliability, accessibility and timeliness in a standardized way. Participants to this PD Day will have the opportunity to learn how departmental maturity in implementing a number of TB policies, including the Policy on Internal Control, directly relates to their transformation results.

This session will be of interest to financial analysts, senior financial managers and leaders, policy and planning analysts and their senior managers.

Cost:  $440 each or $405 each with a group of four (4) or more

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- JUN -

11

Thu
Hosted by: Capital Chapter
Government Priorities of the Day - Budget 2020
Location: Sheraton Hotel, 150 Albert Street
08:00h - 16:00h

This is the PD Day you will not want to miss!  This session is a cornerstone of the Capital Chapter’s PD offerings and is in it’s fourth year.  We have once again, enlisted engaging speakers to highlight some of the Government of Canada's key priorities that are of interest to you and your organization. Dynamic senior leaders, from both inside and outside Government, will share their perspectives on the various government priorities by sector: Economic Policy Priorities; Social Policy Priorities; and Innovation as a top priority.

This PD Day is ideally suited for those involved in delivering on these key priorities, new entrants to the public service, aspiring leaders, those involved in strategic policy, program delivery, financial management or strategies and federal budget submissions. The PD Day will also be of interest to those who are clients of these initiatives and those who wish to understand interactions between departments and central agencies, and the Federal Budget process.

Cost:  $440 each or $405 each with a group of four (4) or more

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