Bringing Technical Knowledge In Public Policy – Peter Wallace

Dear Grads,

Thank you all for attending last week’s leadership workshop! We have
received wonderful feedback, which really inspires the team to continue
organizing events for the graduate community. We welcome you all to the
next seminar talk by Toronto’s City Manager, PETER WALLACE.

BRINGING TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE IN PUBLIC POLICY
When: Wednesday October 21st, 2015
Time: 5:00- 7:30 pm
Where: Red Room, CCBR Building (160 College Street)
*Refreshments will be provided*

LIMITED SPACES! Register here.

About Mr. Wallace:

-He began his public service career in 1981 after completing a BA in
Political Economy and a Masters in Public Administration from
University of Toronto!

-He became Toronto’s City Manager in July 2015, with a overall
responsibility for more than 30,000 staff.

-He manages an operating budget of about $12 billion.

-With more than 30 years of experience in the public service sector Mr.
Wallace has held many senior executive roles: Secretary of the Cabinet,
Head of the Ontario Public Service, Deputy Minister of Finance, Secretary
of Treasury Board, and Deputy Ministry of Energy.

We choose to learn everyday not simply out of interest, but from a desire
to take ownership of the outcomes of our actions – which can be big or
small. Through this learning, we gain the confidence to put that knowledge
into practice daily and in every interaction.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn from Mr. Wallace himself! Thank
you once again for the positive feedback and we hope to see you all on
Wednesday, October 21st!

Regards,

ILead:Grad Exec Team 2015-2016