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About the Program

The Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa has partnered with the Canadian Police Association since 2009 to deliver a very successful, national, three-module program in Executive Leadership.

Those who complete all three modules will receive a special ‘Professional Certificate in Executive Leadership’ offered jointly by the Telfer School of Management and the Canadian Police Association. 

The three modules are offered over a 12-month cycle. Participants can join the program at anytime and the courses do not need to be taken in any specific order.

Module I - Leadership, Advocacy and Communications: April 22-25, 2020

  • Leadership development and performance                                        

  • Advocacy and government relations

  • Media and communications

Module II - Advanced Negotiations and the Psychology of Bargaining: Fall 2020

  • Bargaining

  • Negotiation

  • Member Issues

Module III - Strategic Choices, Implementation and Governance: Spring 2021

  • Strategy choices and planning,

  • Implementation of strategic plans

  • Governance

Who Should Attend?

The program is designed primarily for elected leaders and executive staff of the constituent associations of the CPA and their international colleagues.  Representatives of other employee associations or unions will also be invited to participate.

What You Will Learn

The objective of Module 1 is to help participants develop leadership skills which enable them to exercise effective leadership, taking into account the diverse needs of associations which rely on volunteers. The focus is on understanding individual leadership styles, appreciating differences and learning how to build team leadership which allows associations to grow and evolve while meeting new challenges. The ability to communicate effectively to internal audiences and external stakeholders is essential to the exercise of leadership. Clarity of objectives and strategy and concise messages are equally important. An understanding of media relations can help maximize positive impact and to minimize negative consequences. Effective advocacy is also a major challenge – to identify partners and stakeholders, to align the membership, to have realistic objectives and to identify the ’influencers’ who can get to decision-makers. Instructors will lead a number of exercises which will help participants learn how to meet these challenges, including small group exercises, role playing and mock media events.

Program Takeaways

  • Ability to lead strategy formulation and implementation in a membership-based organization
  • Improved skills in communication and working with the media
  • Understanding of how to develop and lead advocacy programs with member support
  • Awareness of leadership styles and skills, especially those best-suited to membership based organization

Program Facilitators

Elaine Bernard, Ph.D.

Elaine Bernard, Ph.D.

Facilitator

Bill Cole

Bill Cole

Facilitator

Lynn Davies

Lynn Davies

Facilitator

Details


Date

Upcoming Module (Module I): Postponed

Fee

$2,500 + HST
Cancellation & Payment Policy

Format

First day is an evening session with dinner, 5:00pm – 9:00pm, followed by 2 consecutive days of 8:30am to 5:00pm. The last day is a half day ending by 12:00pm noon.

More Information

executiveprograms
@telfer.uOttawa.ca

613-562-5921

Location
Telfer School of Management
Centre for Executive Leadership
99 Bank Street, Suite 200
Ottawa ON K1P 6B9

Tailored Programs

Our programs and certificates can be delivered to your employees and tailored to fit your organization’s specific requirements.

To discuss your needs, please contact us.

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