December 09, 2018
A podcast for, and about, public servants.
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Whether you are a public servant or not, Toddcast offers powerful insights into the human psyche - at work, at home, at life. Highly recommend a listen and subscribe. — Jazzy13585432
Season Four:
A groundbreaking initiative by one Public Servant who wants to make a difference. And he is making a difference, of the kind made by ripples on a pond, or a seed planted and watered. Todd reminds us we are all human beings, with our own stories and struggles, and that we all make a difference. — Unkledodge
Season Three:
AN INSIDE SCOOP - Great way for public servants and the general public to learn from others’ experiences and be inspired. Genuine, compassionate, and insightful. — Sunny M2
Season Two:
TRAILBLAZER - A must for all looking for inspiration or a how-to on making a difference. The power of one is mighty. I love this podcast. — douwoo
Season One:
HOSTING CONVERSATIONS THAT MATTER - Toddcast enables Canadian federal public servants to listen to their colleagues talk about the topics that matter to them - about work and life and wellness and illness and the joys and struggles of life in the public service. These are conversations that build community. — Dragonflygirl71

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The public service is us... and we have stories, perspectives, hope, and good humour to share in abundance.

This podcast explores the human side of the Government of Canada. What we all experience but don't often talk about can inspire and empower others: fears and doubts, hopes and dreams, mistakes we've learned from, big #WINs and little acts of good that we do everyday to help our colleagues and the whole of our country. And let's not forget to laugh!

If you have a story to share, or know someone who does, contact Todd on GCcollab or on Twitter.

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