LEADING PROFESSIONALS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
MANAGERS AUSTRALIA QUEENSLAND
LGMA Queensland’s Annual Conference is our flagship event and is Queensland local government’s premier forum for exploring, analysing and exchanging ideas on issues that affect the local government sector.
The LGMA Queensland Local Government Conference is taking shape. Mark your Calendars!
Dates: Tuesday 10 – Thursday 12 September 2019
Evening at Leisure
Wednesday 11 September 2019
3.00pm LGMA Queensland AGM
3.30pm – 5.00pm Beach vs. Bush Challenge
Evening at Leisure
Thursday 12 September 2019
09.00am – 3.00pm Conference Sessions
6.30pm – 11.30pm Gala Dinner
Full details will be available shortly.
Please contact us with any inquiries by calling 07 3174 5006 or emailing us on email@example.com
The 2019 Annual Conference's information will be available shortly.
The 2018 Local Government Annual Conference themed ‘Regenerate’ was held on the Sunshine Coast. You may view the 2018 Delegates Programme here.
Our People, Our Organisations, Our Community and Our Land
Increasing pressure on the environment, our people and our organisations has contributed to long-term negative outcomes for all. Workforce productivity reduces in the face of increased stress and burnout is not as rare as we would like. In many communities our land is struggling to cope with pressures on water, issues of managing waste and the conflicts between development and preservation priorities. Climate change and the associated increases in weather volatility puts pressure on communities to deal with natural disasters and, in others, the slow burn of sea level rise, increased aridity and fauna extinction is a challenge for leaders in communities.
While sustainability and sustainable development are at the forefront of strategy and planning, for many pieces of the puzzle, it may be too little, too late. Instead, the agenda must shift to regeneration and regenerative development. In some instances, including some environmental matters, communities and employees, we have to go beyond sustaining what is now and replenish what was there or create something entirely new. This is the challenge of regeneration.
But despite these challenges, there are local governments across the state who have risen to the challenge and are actively seeking to introduce regenerative measures. Some are well advanced, others just starting off.
This conference looked beyond the next ten years to consider the longer-term challenges local government and the communities we serve will face. Through future thinking and mega-trend analysis, delegates had an opportunity to explore what we could be and what we need to avoid being, as we approach the middle of this century.
we thank our Corporate Partners who includeD:
If you enjoyed the Annual Conference and want a refresher on topics covered, please find the Guest Speaker presentations below.