Key Leadership Competencies

From newly appointed directors to seasoned deputy ministers, all public service leaders play a pivotal role in creating and sustaining a modern, connected and high-performing public service that is ethical, professional and non-partisan.

The School's offerings for executives, managers and aspiring leaders have been designed to promote and develop the Key Leadership Competencies, which were updated and introduced by the Clerk of the Privy Council in 2015:

Visit the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat website to explore the Key Leadership Competency profile in more detail as well as the behaviours expected of leaders as they aspire to and progress through the executive ranks. Additional information is also available on GCPedia.


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