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Leading with Employees in Mind (G306)


Type: Classroom
Duration: 15:00 hours
Status: Suspended

The concept of servant leader is rooted in a leadership philosophy that focuses on team growth and well-being. This course introduces and explores the idea of the servant leader and its application in today's modern public service. Participants will learn to use communication and team-building skills to find the right balance between their leadership responsibilities to their employees and their obligations to achieving high performance and results for their organization.

Topics include:

  • being self-aware
  • thinking strategically
  • communicating effectively as a leader
  • exploring persuasion and community building
  • navigating change and transition

The School has transitioned to the virtual delivery of its learning products. As a result, this in-person classroom course has been suspended. Visit our course catalogue to find similar or alternative virtual or online courses.

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More about this course
  • Topics: Government priorities; Human resources; Leadership; Personal development; Values and ethics
  • Community: Directors; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Transferable Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

Upcoming offerings

There are no available offerings for this course at the moment.


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