Leading Local Government – Executive Management in Queensland Local Government
is the professional development programme for local government professionals wanting a more complete understanding of the role of the Chief Executive Officer within the Queensland local government system. The programme has been written by experienced CEOs and senior managers from Queensland local government.
With three (3) days of ‘face to face’ sessions, workshops and group activities, participants will leave with a comprehensive understanding of the role and responsibilities of Chief Executive Officers in local government.
The programme is professionally facilitated by Hayden Wright who has extensive experience in local government in Queensland.
Every CEO that has served local government for any length time can recount numerous challenges that tested them to their limits. Their ability to manage these challenges effectively relied on their skills, experience and training. These three elements combine to provide local government managers with the tools necessary to handle any challenge in our diverse and dynamic local government environment.
But for those who find themselves in a position of responsibility without the experience or the training to reinforce their skills, the challenges can be quite daunting. For this reason, LGMA Queensland has created a custom built development opportunity to train and support existing and aspiring senior local government managers.
This unique learning opportunity can help every executive leader in local government.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone seeking a better understanding of executive management in local government, including those new to the industry, new to a managerial position in any profession and existing senior managers seeking a refresher.
The Executive Management Programme will be held on 19 - 21 July 2017 at Shangri-La Gardens, 1969 Wynnum Road, Wynnum West, Brisbane.
To view the programme & to register for this event please click here.