Mike Kujawski is the Managing Partner of CEPSM.ca, where he currently acts as a senior consultant, trainer and professional speaker for major government, non-profit, and association clients in Canada and around the globe.
Mike’s specialty areas include strategic digital marketing and communication, social media strategy development, personal and organizational branding, social network analysis, and social behaviour change marketing. His specific niche revolves around helping public sector organizations excel in the modern disruptive digital landscape. He is frequently asked to keynote at major conferences and events covering a variety of topics in this area, ranging from the latest trends occurring on social platforms to the coming impact of artificial intelligence and blockchain technology.
Mike’s consulting, training and speaking stretches across four continents and has involved a variety of industries ranging from health and justice to engineering and law. The scope of his work often includes strategic planning, organizational restructuring, governance, risk management, as well as staffing and policy recommendations to help organizations better embrace a digital-first mindset.
Some of Mike’s consulting clients include Public Safety Canada, Elections Canada, Office of the Auditor General, Treasury Board Secretariat, Health Canada, Justice Canada, Lakehead District School Board, the Government of Kazakhstan, and the Government of Tanzania. As a trainer, Mike has delivered public and in-house training workshops across Canada and internationally to thousands of public servants and non-profit workers.
He co-developed and instructed the Professional Certificate in Public Sector Marketing Program at Carleton University as well as the Social Media Engagement Certificate at Brandon University, both geared specifically at the public and non-profit sectors. Mike holds a B.Com. (Hon) degree specializing in Marketing and International Business.
Your role as a communications and policy professional in the public sector is growing with the need to improve transparency and accessibility, promote new and expanded digital services, safeguard reputation, and maintain public confidence.
This workshop will explore the current state of global trust in technology and provide participants with possible approaches towards better communicating...