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Learn how to improve your writing skills to communicate clearly, efficiently and with impact using Plain English principles.
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Developed in partnership with UniSA and local government experts, the Strategic Management Program has been designed to increase the skills and capabilities of leaders and managers in local government.
Participants will build high-level leadership and management skills within a local government context, and learn technical skills to manage business functions and enhance innovation, strategic thinking, business acumen and operational excellence.
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The HR Networks aims to create opportunities for local government people and culture professionals to connect, collaborate, influence and grow.
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Registration at our events and programs are open to Local Government Professionals Australia, SA members, council employees, employees of regional subsidiaries and Local Government Professionals Australia, SA invited guests unless specified otherwise on the event or program brochure.
During this intensive two-day program, based on that of the Stanford University Design School, you will learn the key elements of Design Thinking methodology, as well as supporting tols and techniques to revolutionise the way you perceive and solve problems.
This User Group Forum is open to both existing Performance Excellence Program users and potential users wanting to understand the tool in more detail.
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Join The Rural City of Murray Bridge’s General Managers for a conversation about their transforming region.
This event is open to Local Government professionals reporting directly to the CEO and holding General Manager or Director (or equivalent) roles.
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Registrations for this event are open to Local Government Professionals Australia, SA members, council employees, employees of regional subsidiaries and Local Government Professionals Australia, SA invited guests.
This highly interactive program addresses the word 'team' as a verb (to team) rather than the traditional treatment as a noun (the team). The focus is not on what teams are, but on what ultra-successful teams do.
The LG Professionals, SA Ignite Program is a leadership learning path for supervisors, team leaders and coordinators in local government across South Australia.
The focus of the program is to enable those who have limited experience in managing and leading people to develop the competencies required to be successful in their role.
This event is only open to South Australian Local Government CEO's.
Learn how effective leaders lead successful change - and how to become one of them!
Celebrating the achievements of local government professionals.
Registrations close Friday 12 April 2019 unless sold out prior.
Council Professional Development Bundle holders have pre-allocated tickets as per their agreements. Please register the name and details of those attending by Wednesday 20 March 2019 by emailing email@example.com.
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This event is only open to people employed by a council or other local government entity unless they are event sponsors or corporate partners.
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The Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is a program aimed to provide participants with a greater level of comprehension and understanding of local government; increased understanding of leadership concepts and practices and how to integrate these learnings into the workplace, increased confidence; enhanced self-awareness; an appreciation of and an ability to work with different personality types; the opportunity to challenge their assumptions.
Registrations open 9am Tuesday 29 January 2019.
Learn the basic principles required for managing successful projects that drive real results.
Explore project leadership and learn how to manage some of the challenges faced when managing big projects in a local government context.
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