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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 confidence; enhanced self-awareness; an appreciation of and an ability to work with different personality types; the opportunity to challenge their assumptions.
The Emerging Leaders Program is currently at capacity.
Please join the waiting list in case of any cancellations and also to assist us with future programming for the ELP.
For any queries please phone Melanie Winter on 8291 7994 or email@example.com
This event is for all local government professionals.
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Events Network Meeting
This workshop is for anyone new to community services and development in local government, or those from local government seeking growth in this area either for personal or professional development.
The workshop builds upon the community services introduction kit e-resource published by LG Professionals, SA Community Managers Network. Click here to access the e-resource.
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The 2017 Sensis Social Media Report has arrived and Australia's growing obsession with smartphones has driven more people onto social platforms than ever before. In fact, almost 8 in 10 (79%) are now on social media, which is up 10 points on last year.
Join Matt Gordon from OurSay for this 45 minute webinar to hear seven key takeaways about how Australians use social media and how Local Government can be turning the social media space from something to fear into a great opportunity to embed a positive reputation in the eyes of the community.
With the opportunity to engage, chat and ask questions - use this webinar as a way to take the temperature of your organisation and develop the internal capability to make your digital engagement economically sustainable.
The Rural Management Challenge provides rural councils with a unique opportunity for staff development. It is a sophisticated learning program that produces outcomes that have relevant, tangible and enduring benefits for your people, teams and council. It is also good fun, great value and a hands on approach to professional development.
Note: Teams comprise 4 members plus a mentor.
Don't forget to also register for the Rural Challenge Dinner here.
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Dont forget to also register a team for the Rural Management Challenge here.
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