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Employee Orientation - Cambridge Bay & Kugluktuk - Video Conference

English

The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is pleased to offer an Employee Orientation workshop via video conference which focuses on:

  • History of Nunavut
  • Introduction to the Government of Nunavut
  • Public Service Training Programs/Courses
  • Workplace Wellness
  • Pay & Benefits
  • Employee Relations
  • Return to Work
  • IQ - Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit

The objective of this workshop is to provide new employees an opportunity to better understand services within the Government of Nunavut.

Indigenous Cultural Competence

English

In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Excel 2010 Foundation and Intermediate - ONLINE - Kivalliq, Kitikmeot, and Qikiqtaaluk

English

This course covers the equivalent of two full days of content normally delivered in a classroom, delivered over three weeks online. Live classes using Adobe Connect allow the facilitator to cover content and answer questions and these live classes create a community of learners. Participants complete activities online at their pace, at work or at home. Participants are encouraged to provide practical examples of tasks and documents they require for work that will in turn be developed and submitted as course assignments.

Word 2010 Foundation and Intermediate - ONLINE - Kivalliq, Kitikmeot, and Qikiqtaaluk

English

This course covers the equivalent of two full days of content normally delivered in a classroom, delivered over three weeks online. Live classes using Adobe Connect allow the facilitator to cover content and answer questions and these live classes create a community of learners. Participants complete activities online at their pace, at work or at home. Participants are encouraged to provide practical examples of tasks and documents they require for work which will in turn be developed and submitted as course assignments.

Introduction to the Inunnguiniq Program

English

Inunnguiniq can be described as the process of making capable and contributing human beings.  It is the process that ensures that a person has the values and beliefs to guide him or her in using skills for the common good.  Inunnguiniq has been raised consistently by the Nunavut Roundtable for Poverty Reduction as a foundation and solution for reducing poverty in Nunavut. 

Hivuliqtikhanut Program - Emerging Leaders' Series

English

Hivuliqtikhanut Program – Leadership Development Program
Emerging Leaders’ Series

The Government of Nunavut (GN) has introduced a program to build and sustain leadership capacity. The Hivuliqtikhanut Program is a leadership development program that provides modular, classroom-based learning for three distinct levels (series): emerging leaders, supervisors and senior managers. The leadership development program is offered to all GN departments and territorial corporations.

Managing Skills for Non-Managers Level I & II - Cambridge Bay

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Level 1 - How to Lead People That Don't Report To You

Learn how to inspire, influence and motivate people to accomplish important goals - when you have no formal direct reporting authority over them. Managing people when they don't report to you can be tough. How do you deliver feedback? How do you hold people accountable? How do you keep them on track? How do you arrive at consensus? How do you mediate conflict? In this highly interactive and practical workshop, you'll get the skills and knowledge you need to help work colleagues perform at their best.

Uqaqatigiilluk! (Talk About It!)

English

Uqaqatigiilluk! (Talk About It!) is the Nunavut version of ASIST, a two-day course from Living Works Education (www.livingworks.net). The workshop is structured around small group discussions and skills practice based on adult learning principles.  Participants learn to recognize the signs of suicide behavior and the skills to talk to people who are thinking of killing themselves. It empowers participants to feel comfortable intervening and keeping a person safe by making a plan or connecting them with further help.

Powerful Coaching Skills: How to Create a High Performing Team - Cambridge Bay

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Move Your Team's Performance to the Next Level

This interactive workshop provides an opportunity to reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of your team, and discover the key ingredients of a winning team. You’ll learn how to analyze key issues of performance and behaviour, and to coach team members using a disciplined approach that builds on shared understanding and agreement on objectives. You’ll come away with a personal action plan for making your own team stronger and more productive.

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