Who should attend
Selected participants should hold a mid or senior-level policy, practice, research or reform role, in either government, civil society or the private sector. Ideally, they should have completed at least an Undergraduate or Masters level tertiary qualification, have at least five years’ work experience at mid to senior levels, and have a good understanding of the discipline they are representing.
About the course
Strategic Public Sector Leadership: Impacting wellbeing, performance & productivity in the modern workplace
Cultivating a High Performing Mind & Excellence in Leadership:
Workshop and fieldwork for helping individuals develop a high performing mind and excellence in self-directed public-sector leadership and management
Workshop and fieldwork in visionary organisational leadership in preparation for change & uncertainty
A Behavioural Science Approach to Communication:
Workshop and fieldwork on observing, describing and tracking valued behaviour as instruments within a community of practice
Participating individuals and organisations will be more adequately equipped to response to the challenges of this century. For example, in the areas of food, water and energy security while taking into consideration gender equity and social inclusion. The issues being faced by the public and associated sectors are complex and seeming intractable. An effective response, I believe, will necessarily be multi-disciplinary for those who rise to the challenge. Hence the design of the program – an accessible, well informed, deliberative process that catalyses innovative responses from individuals within nested and interrelated team and community arrangements to the challenges they face within their sphere of influence.
Dr Styles is an academic at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University. As a Contextual Behavioural Scientist, his applied work has been a study of how language and cognition functions to influence psychological and social wellbeing, particularly the enhancement of team ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.