As leaders in the federal public service, executives play an important role in fostering a culture that enables inclusion and helps build a diverse public service. In his recent call to action on anti-racism, equity and inclusion, the Clerk of the Privy Council challenges executives to take meaningful steps towards diversity and inclusion, stating that inaction is not an option.
Join us as senior leaders share their experiences, insights and advice on how to enact meaningful change towards a culture of inclusion in the federal public service. Participants will discover how they can identify and help eliminate barriers to inclusion, tackle their own biases and limiting beliefs, and ensure that they are creating an environment where different perspectives are listened to and acted upon to improve programs, policies and services.
This event is open to federal public service executives only.
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- Valerie Gideon, Associate Deputy Minister, Indigenous Services Canada
- Paule-Anny Pierre, Executive Director, Centre on Diversity and Inclusion, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
- Jacqueline Rigg, Chief Executive Officer, Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service of Canada
Yazmine Laroche, Deputy Minister, Office of Public Service Accessibility, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat