This foundational job aid is a learning tool to understand the importance of respecting cultural protocols while visiting or collaborating with Indigenous communities. Tags: Job Aid; Resource; Indigenous Learning; Cultural Protocols; Culture; Communities; All.
Working with Indigenous Communities: A Guide to Cultural Protocols
Developed as a tool for executives during the COVID-19 pandemic, this resource provides a step-by-step guide to having meaningful conversations to help employees navigate constructively in a challenging situation. Inspired by the GROW model of coaching and mentoring, the approach aims to: * better understand how each employee is dealing with the challenging situation * identify strategies to maintain a work-life balance * explore as a team how to work most effectively during this period TAGS:...
Guide to meaningful conversations
Due to previous historical narratives, Canada’s true history of relations with Indigenous peoples has been left out of history books until recently. To contribute to closing this gap and to build awareness for public service employees, Indigenous Learning team has developed an online, interactive Historical Timeline that provides over 100 significant dates and events. TAGS: Resource; Job Aid; Indigenous Learning; History; Historical; Indigenous Peoples; Interactive Timeline; All.
Interactive Historical Timeline
This checklist provides tips and information to help you prepare to work remotely during the COVID-19 crisis situation. TAGS: Job Aid; Resource; Transferable Skills; working virtually; COVID-19; remotely; emergency; telework; remote work; All.
COVID 19: Working virtually
This job aid provides tips to help public servants work effectively in a virtual team during an emergency situation. TAGS: Job Aid; Resource; Transferable Skills; working virtually; COVID-19; remotely; emergency; telework; remote work; All.
COVID-19: Working Remotely Tips for Team Members
13 Mental Health Job Aids for Managers that will assist them in addressing psychosocial risks and create a psychologically healthy workplace for their employees. TAGS: Job Aid; Resource; Respectful and Inclusive Workplace; Mental Health; Psychosocial risks; Healthy Workplace; Managers.
Mental Health Job Aids for Managers
Best Practices for Virtual Teams This first learning event in our Virtual Teams Series took place on October 30, 2019. The event was entirely virtual with learners responding to surveys and asking questions using Sli.do, an audience interaction platform. The discussion focused on identifying best practices, tips, and tools for working in a virtual team, or leading one. This document follows the flow of the event, summarizing the main points of the discussion and sharing the best quotes from t...
Best Practices for Virtual Teams
Public engagement is an important part of an effective, open, and transparent government. Engagement takes many forms—from ongoing collaboration to broad public consultation on complex issues. TAGS: Transferable skills; Resource; public engagement; engagement; consultation; stakeholder engagement; principles; All
Public Engagement Principles
Resources to protect, promote and support employee well-being during the easing of COVID-19 restrictions at federal worksites. _Please note that some of the resources in the documents below are only available to Government of Canada employees._ TAGS: Job Aid; Resource; Respectful and Inclusive Workplace; COVID-19; Worksites; Government of Canada; All.
Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions
The Canada School of Public Service has put together various learning resources on working remotely. The goal is to support individual public servants, team leaders and work units to adapt and find new ways of working. This self-guided learning tool covers the basics for successful remote work, in a practical manner that fully considers the current environment While targeted to individual learners, this guide can also form the basis for team discussions that consider the specific context of t...