Leadership Through Change and Uncertainty in Government: ACT

Beyond the Rhetoric.


Leadership Through Change and Uncertainty in Government: ACT 1-2 May 2014 Informa Australia, ACT, Australia
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Combine the learning of new skills with the growth of your own qualities of authenticity, tolerance, confidence and character to optimise the performance of others. Build more rewarding relationships, stronger teams and more resilient and harmonious departments and organisations.

Key Learning Outcomes:

Interpreting relationships across the political and management interface. Preventing inter-agency conflict and resolving disputes between conflicting agencies. Tools for gaining buy-in from stakeholders for change management. Overcoming cultural barriers to change when culture is entrenched. Building strong, lasting relationships internally and externally _ lobby groups and the community. Decision-making resources to address and resolve complex issues. Delegation of tasks and accountability. Develop a framework for leadership for all personality types. Influencing and taking people along Choosing and building teams that work together. Managing your own career progression.

About the Course:

In the complex and turbulent government and business environment today, higher order leadership knowledge and skills are needed to operate at a top performance level that is sustainable.Change is required to respond to this complex evolution and managers must comply with government directives, satisfy their electorate generally and cater for special groups within it.This course builds these capabilities in an Australian context so that participants can create a shared leadership with others in their organisation and across the organisations with which they relate.Outstanding leaders recognise that combining the necessary skills with their own unique strengths is vital if they are to optimise stakeholder relationships and overall performance.

Price: $ 2414.50 AUD

Category: Conferences | Government and Social Sector