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NMC Strategic Plan 2022-23
NMC Strategic Plan 22-23
Prepared by the National Managers' Community
Publication Date: July, 2022
NMC Strategic plan 2022-2023
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Evolving managers’ practice & presence
While the past two years have been challenging for everyone, managers have continued to rise to the occasion.
In a time that is characterized by data, digital, new workplace designs, enhanced focus on inclusiveness, flatter work cultures, and multiple generations working together, managers have been flexible, hard-working, and delivered the critical programs that Canadians rely on.
As the pressures and expectations have evolved, both for what a manager needs to know and what is expected of them, they are looking for the tactics, strategies and skills that will elevate their outcomes.
The National Managers’ Community (NMC) Secretariat is a small piece of the puzzle, much of the picture comes from the impacts that managers have every day in the way they show up for themselves and their employees.
The NMC Strategic Agenda
To sustain and enhance managers’ capacity to drive public service renewal.
Supporting managers to:
- Build a diversified and inclusive public service –> Supporting Black and racialized employees, Indigenous Peoples, employees with disabilities, religious minorities, and others who continue to face barriers in the workplace.
- Thrive in the post-pandemic workplace –> Being mobilized and agile with a focus on wellbeing.
- Promote innovation and optimize performance –> Fostering and growing talent; demonstrating a continuous learning and development mindset.
Helping to shape the future of Canada’s public service. One that will continue to be more agile, diverse, accessible, and inclusive.
“The NMC is committed to supporting managers as they navigate through an increasingly complex operating environment. We will deepen community connections, support them as they achieve public service priorities and create opportunities for managers to develop the skills they need for the future.”Arun Thangaraj, NMC DM Champion
How we will get there
NMC’s Mission: Supporting managers as they work towards achieving excellence in the public service.
The NMC will enable the achievement of our strategic agenda by:
Acting as a 2-way communication enabler
Advancing public service priorities and promoting the needs and interests of managers to senior leaders and central agencies.
Collaborating and Connecting
Working with key partners to provide avenues for managers to connect with their peers and engage with senior leaders.
Undertaking Outreach and Promoting Engagement
Facilitating dialogue, acting as a knowledge broker and sharing best practices, while growing NMC’s network.
Supporting its Renewal
Increasing awareness and the impact of the NMC across Canada and ensuring its sustainability and relevance.
What we want to achieve
|Increased insights into the managers’ working reality.||The NMC will:
|Strengthened partnerships, creating powerful opportunities for managers’ upskilling and development.||The NMC will:
||Collaborate, Outreach, Voice|
|Managers’ allyship of mental health, inclusion, renewal and wellbeing is sustained through learning opportunities.||The NMC will:
|Sustained and consistent regional engagement.||The NMC will:
Continued growth of managers’ involvement with NMC.
|The NMC will:
|Engaged Governance Committees that provide effective guidance.||The NMC will:
|An effective and efficient NMC Secretariat.||The NMC Secretariat will:
Connect, Engage and Collaborate
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