Canada Beyond 150 was a training program designed to help early-career public servants learn new ways of developing policy through increased engagement and collaboration with stakeholders.
Last week was our last official meeting with our Canada Beyond 150 participants, where they presented their policy interventions to managers and stakeholders. On the final day, they had the opportunity to talk about their journey and their ideas with the Clerk of the Privy Council and fifteen Deputy Ministers.
I would like to recognize the hard work and dedication that the @CanadaBeyond150 participants brought to bear in the last 10 months. You have acquired and refined skills that will be crucial in the public service of the future. Kudos! pic.twitter.com/KN2ARTQIGL
— Michael Wernick (@Clerk_GC) March 28, 2018
Sharing our learning journey with some of our managers @CanadaBeyond150 #CanadaBeyond150 #lookatwhatwedid pic.twitter.com/bGnEWFlDyA
— Laura Portal (@LauraPortal347) March 27, 2018
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Policy Horizons Canada, also referred to as Horizons, is an organization within the federal public service that conducts strategic foresight on cross-cutting issues that informs public servants today about the possible public policy implications over the next 10-15 years.