Executive and Professional Development
Certificate in Policy Development and Implementation
Policy is the link between organizational intent and behaviour. It is reflected in what organizations do, and in what they do not do.
When it is clearly articulated, communicated, implemented and managed, policy provides focus and consistency. It clarifies intent and enables organizations to manage expectations; it enables leaders to empower and provide guidance to their people. It enables them to monitor, oversee and manage for results.
More and more organizations are opting to use documented policy statements and manuals as the primary means of providing that focus and consistency. However, many organizations struggle with what policy is, with when and how it is most effectively developed and applied, and with how to articulate it in ways that are relevant, appropriately comprehensive, and understandable. Too often they misstep and the results are policies that aren’t really policies; policies that have no impact or unintended impacts; and policies that aren’t implementable or enforceable.
The Certificate in Policy Development and Implementation has been designed for practitioners of all experiences taking one from the initial stages of policy development to the final stages of documenting it. Participants will be introduced to strategies by experienced policy practitioners to enable them to lead, manage, support, and influence the policy process.
The certificate must be completed within a two-year period. Participants must complete all three seminars.
6 Day Certificate
*Register for the Certificate in Policy Development and Implementation and receive a discount of $100 off the regular price of your third seminar.
NEW Developing Policy that Performs – Introduction and overview to effective policy and decision making
- 2 DAYS
March 27 - 28, 2018
NEW Implementing Policy and Managing the Change - Implementation Strategies and how best to communicate
- 2 DAYS
May 14 - 15, 2018
Writing Effective Policies and Procedures - The language of policy and writing for clarity.
- 2 DAYS
January 31 - February 1, 2018
April 30 - May 1, 2018