Join DPI & the National Managers' Community (NMC) for this event on Building a Culture of Experimentation. Together we will have to opportunity to hear from Liora Raitblat and discuss this organizational mindset that values and encourages experimentation to generate new ideas, solve problems, and learn from failures.
Participants attending the event in person can also register for a speed mentoring portion, with executives from the public service, which follows the seminar.
9:00 - 9:30 - Registration and breakfast/networking
9:30 - 10:50 - Keynote Speaker (hybrid; registration required)
11:00 - 12:15 - Speed Mentoring (in-person only; registration required)
Seminar - Building a Culture of Experimentation
November 28, 9:30 - 10:50 am ET
We know our world is changing at a rapid pace, and being innovative is no longer a "nice-to-have" but a "need-to-do"! What does it mean to become innovative? How can we not only embrace innovation, but embed this way of thinking within our culture?
The key is to think like a scientist, and experiment. The challenge of course is that it is easier said than done. To build this muscle around innovation, we need to first focus on establishing the mindset. Innovation is rarely a single big bang instance, but rather a series of incremental behavioural shifts. In this energetic seminar, learn how to transform some of the smallest changes into some of the biggest results by embracing change and innovation within yourself and your teams.
Liora Raitblat | Innovation Lead, TEDx Speaker, Business Professor
Liora Raitblat is an innovation culture strategist, TEDx speaker, business professor, and behavioural science enthusiast. She is passionate about helping impact-seekers apply innovative practices to address today’s challenges. She is currently a Senior Lead for Export Development Canada’s innovation lab, where she supports executives and their teams in fostering innovation through agile and design thinking practices. Previously, Liora worked as a strategic change consultant at Deloitte where she led change management teams to support organizations adapt through their largest digital transformations. She has been recognized for her impact and has received “Ontario’s People’s Choice Award” as well as the youngest individual at the time to receive the “Consulting National Excellence Award”.
The seminar will be followed by a speed mentoring event.
Speed Mentoring - The Art of Networking: Building Meaningful Connections
November 28, 11:00 - 12:15 pm ET
Engage with executives from across the public service and gain new perspectives on a wide range of leadership topics. Bring your most burning questions and connect with your colleagues!
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