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Post-Election Training for Leaders

Are you considering running for a position of elected leadership in your community? Or, have you recently been elected as Chief or Councillor? If you are interested in learning more about leadership roles in a First Nations government, we invite you to join FNPSS for our two-part training series for leaders.

Part 1: Pre-Election Training for Leaders, is designed to support you in learning about the roles and responsibilities of elected leaders and develop a better understanding of your own personal leadership approach before you decide to run.

Part 2: Post-Election Training for Leaders, will support you to lead now that you are elected, leading with others, leading nation rebuilding, and leading governing institutions.

You can register for one or both parts in this series, but we recommend interested participants enroll in both the Pre-Election and Post-Election training for leaders as Part 2 builds on the content from Part 1.

Registration is at no cost to those who will commit to participating in all sessions and agree to provide details feedback on the individual sessions and overall content and approach.

Pre-Election Training for Leaders

January 17th, 1:00 – 4:30

January 24th, 1:00 – 4:30

 

Topics discussed: Nation Governing Systems, Custom Election Code, Values-Based Leadership, Managing the Senior Manager and Operations

 

Register here: Pre-Election Training for Leaders – First Nations Public Service Secretariat (fnps.ca)

 

Post-Election Training for Leaders

February 8th, 1:00 – 4:30

February 15th, 1:00 – 4:30

February 22nd, 1:00 – 4:30

March 1st, 1:00 – 4:30

 

Topics discussed: System Thinking, Organizational Development, and Governance Policies, Fiduciary Responsibility, Nation Rebuilding, Designing Self-Governing Structures

 

Register here: Post-Election Training for Leaders – First Nations Public Service Secretariat (fnps.ca)

 

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Date:
February 8
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
PST
Event Category:
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Venue

Online

Organizer

First Nations Public Service Secretariat
Phone:
604-926-9903
Email:
info@fnps.ca
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We welcome you to join FNPSS and Takla Nation on March 8th for our next Sharing Webinar. Takla Nation will discuss their Na Beh Ste Internship Program, a unique and innovative culturally immersed program designed to provide Indigenous youth with experience working in First Nations governance.

FNPSS sharing webinars are informal conversations to provide a space for First Nations to discuss progress, challenges, and ideas with those in similar roles. The webinar will be 60-minutes in duration, with time reserved for a Q&A period.

For more information, contact mentorship@fnps.ca.
Register here: ow.ly/5Ygx50N2l83
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We welcome you to join FNPSS and Takla Nation on March 8th for our next Sharing Webinar. Takla Nation will discuss their Na Beh Ste Internship Program, a unique and innovative culturally immersed program designed to provide Indigenous youth with experience working in First Nations governance. 

FNPSS sharing webinars are informal conversations to provide a space for First Nations to discuss progress, challenges, and ideas with those in similar roles. The webinar will be 60-minutes in duration, with time reserved for a Q&A period.
 
For more information, contact mentorship@fnps.ca. 
Register here: http://ow.ly/5Ygx50N2l83

We welcome you to join FNPSS and Takla Nation on March 8th for our next Sharing Webinar. Takla Nation will discuss their Na Beh Ste Internship Program, a unique and innovative culturally immersed program designed to provide Indigenous youth with experience working in First Nations governance.

FNPSS sharing webinars are informal conversations to provide a space for First Nations to discuss progress, challenges, and ideas with those in similar roles. The webinar will be 60-minutes in duration, with time reserved for a Q&A period.

For more information, contact mentorship@fnps.ca.
Register here: ow.ly/5Ygx50N2l83
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We welcome you to join FNPSS and Takla Nation on March 8th for our next Sharing Webinar. Takla Nation will discuss their Na Beh Ste Internship Program, a unique and innovative culturally immersed program designed to provide Indigenous youth with experience working in First Nations governance. 

FNPSS sharing webinars are informal conversations to provide a space for First Nations to discuss progress, challenges, and ideas with those in similar roles. The webinar will be 60-minutes in duration, with time reserved for a Q&A period.
 
For more information, contact mentorship@fnps.ca. 
Register here: http://ow.ly/5Ygx50N2l83

Mark your calendars! The First Nation Public Service Secretariat Annual Conference 2023 will be held on November 21-23, 2023 at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver, BC.

Join us to engage and network with BC First Nations Administration, Senior Management, Elected Leaders, Federal and Provincial government and other First Nations support institutions.

Travel will be supported for eligible First Nation delegates. Registration will open at a later date.

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Mark your calendars! The First Nation Public Service Secretariat Annual Conference 2023 will be held on November 21-23, 2023 at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver, BC.

Join us to engage and network with BC First Nations Administration, Senior Management, Elected Leaders, Federal and Provincial government and other First Nations support institutions.

Travel will be supported for eligible First Nation delegates. Registration will open at a later date.

Sign up for our newsletter to keep up to date: http://ow.ly/XYf550N1pjH

Looking to expand your skills in human resources? Join FNPSS for the Human Resources Management Training Academy (HR) running in-person this March 2023 in Vancouver, BC! This very popular workshop will explore topics such as HR planning development, recruitment, performance management, plan monitoring, evaluation and more. Spots are limited and fill up quickly – register now: ow.ly/tmYQ50M685n

First Nations youth aged 18-29 who are currently working or are interested in working in the areas of human resources and administration are also highly encouraged to contact FNPSS for more information at info@fnps.ca.
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Looking to expand your skills in human resources? Join FNPSS for the Human Resources Management Training Academy (HR) running in-person this March 2023 in Vancouver, BC! This very popular workshop will explore topics such as HR planning development, recruitment, performance management, plan monitoring, evaluation and more. Spots are limited and fill up quickly – register now: http://ow.ly/tmYQ50M685n

First Nations youth aged 18-29 who are currently working or are interested in working in the areas of human resources and administration are also highly encouraged to contact FNPSS for more information at info@fnps.ca.

Last chance to apply!

FNPSS is hiring two full-time Project Officers to support the First Nations Public Service Secretariat initiative within the First Nations Summit Society.

As a member of the FNPSS team, the FNPSS Project Officer will implement projects and programs, and
will plan, coordinate, and implement activities, products, and events in support of the FNPSS work plan.
Work undertaken will include outreach with BC First Nations, government employees, and partner
organizations.

Apply now: ow.ly/9mO250MIwjk
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Last chance to apply!

FNPSS is hiring two full-time Project Officers to support the First Nations Public Service Secretariat initiative within the First Nations Summit Society.

As a member of the FNPSS team, the FNPSS Project Officer will implement projects and programs, and
will plan, coordinate, and implement activities, products, and events in support of the FNPSS work plan.
Work undertaken will include outreach with BC First Nations, government employees, and partner
organizations.

Apply now: http://ow.ly/9mO250MIwjk
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