This leadership discussion will focus on capturing four Enterprise differentiators that apply in successful organizations:
1. How organizations win by competing on intelligence where intelligence is derived from high-quality information processed in real-time, acted on with glacial precision,
2. Where optimal information processing is a function of an organization’s design, friction-free, high-quality interactions between and amongst team members,
3. Where leadership narrative and social capital is the core comparative advantage and essential to a pursuit of ‘mission’,
4. How the interconnectedness of key leadership qualities are present in successful teams.
Doug Moen will moderate a panel consisting of a former provincial Cabinet minister and a former provincial deputy minister on the “ins” and “outs” of working with the elected.
Financial management professionals, like other professionals, bring specific skills, knowledge, ways of working and capacities to power and empower their organization’s mission, the people they serve, and the teams alongside whom that service is delivered. General Stu will reflect with us on our own understanding of why we serve – beyond with whom and what we serve.
He will reflect with us on our consciousness and appreciation of ‘the team’ with whom we serve – including those teammates we may not be aware of – or who may not be aware of us. And he will encourage us to take stock of family – and the community that sustains us in our profession and our own service. Through these reflections, General Stu will encourage financial management professionals across the public service to think about the broader mission they are engaged in, and how they contribute to the overall outcomes of their team, their organization, and their community.
*Subject to change