The 5th Public Sector Director and Executive Level Leadership Forum 2017

Event Details

  • DateTue 14 March 2017
  • Time9:00 AM
  • VenueHotel Realm Canberra
  • Location18 National Circuit Canberra ACT 2600
  • TypeNetworking
  • ContactLiquid Learning
    +61 2 8239 9711
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Public Sector organisations continuously confront difficult challenges where simple solutions are usually absent. There is a renewed focus on permanence and accountability in Government and as a result budgets are tightening. In this environment, resource commitments require greater justification and leaders are held more accountable for driving performance and delivering outcomes. Against this backdrop of performance and accountability, there are the ongoing operational and organisational challenges of change. Leaders in this environment must be innovative, agile and resilient in order to thrive.

A strategic approach to leadership is needed to support your team while still facing larger external challenges. Strategic management is crucial when operating within a turbulent political environment . Innovative thinking, calculated decision-making and accountable leadership encourages the replication of these behaviours throughout your team.

This forum is designed to be an inspirational leadership development experience for aspiring EL and SES Band leaders across the public service. Case studies and insightful expert insights will provide existing and aspiring leaders with practical strategies, key skills and networking opportunities to maximise their potential. Featured Speakers: - Michael Outram, Deputy Commissioner, Operations Group, Australian Border Force - Teena Blewitt, Acting Deputy Secretary, Budget and Financial Reporting Department of Finance - Jon Philp, First Assistant Secretary, Consular and Crisis Management Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Nadine Williams First Assistant Secretary, Community and Economic Development, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet - MAJGEN Stuart Smith AO, Deputy Chief of Joint Operations, Australian Army See more:

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