The Board of Directors of the Northwest Territories Power Corporation is made up of representatives from across the NWT. The board felt it was time to engage in a high-level discussion about the overall strategic direction of the corporation in order to provide guidance to NTPC senior management that would inform their forward planning.
The Department of Municipal and Community Affairs manages the Highway Emergency Alerting Protocol (HEAP), which outlines how community emergency response personnel and communities will respond to highway emergencies in their jurisdiction. The protocol required updating to confirm its validity, update its content, and to address changes in the operating environment that might affect the ability to respond to emergency situations across the territory.
The Department of Education, Culture and Employment (ECE) has set upon a course of education renewal. This process, which will evolve the education system over the next 10 years or more, will make fundamental changes to how NWT students engage with learning.
Working with existing course materials, Tait develops instructional plans for each course that are designed to meet the specific needs of the enrolled participants. Dynamic and engaging trainers lead participants through all of the materials and evaluate their progress toward achieving course credit.
Tait used our previous experience to develop a suite of training packages that could be offered as open-enrollment courses or easily brought to clients. While the off-the-shelf nature of the courses allows them to be quickly and easily delivered, they can also be tailored to a client’s needs.
Tait initially developed a PowerPoint presentation to review the priorities, goals and objectives of the plan with all Sport North members in attendance at the annual general meeting. Following this, we facilitated a discussion to elicit member feedback on each strategic priority, and then used this information to make recommendations to Sport North’s board of directors.
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