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LGMA Queensland list of events and programmes: 
  2020 Calendar of Events 

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Upcoming events

    • 4 Mar 2020
    • 08:15 - 16:15
    • Queensland Law Society, 179 Ann Street, Brisbane 4000
    Register
    This forum is designed as an informative workshop allowing delegates to meet with other like-minded professionals to network, collaborate and share experiences and ideas

    Who should attend?
    Officers from local government who are in human resources or learning and development sectors.

    REGISTRATION:
    Cost:  $220 per person  
    Includes:  Tea breaks and Lunch
    Time:  8:15am - 4:15pm
    Dress Code:
      Business casual – as the room temperature may vary, we suggest you wear layered clothing

    Download Flier here

    VENUE:
    Queensland Law Society
    179 Ann Street
    BRISBANE QLD 4000

    TRANSPORT
    Rail - Central Station is conveniently located in Ann Street, approximately 200 metres from Law Society House. There is a direct service from Brisbane Airport to Central Station.
    BusThe Loop is a free bus service that runs through Brisbane’s CBD. It has numerous stops including Central Station, Queen Street Mall and King George Square, which are all located in close proximity to Law Society House.
    https://translink.com.au/

    PARKING
    King George Square Car Park is located underground between Ann and Adelaide Streets, Brisbane, next to City Hall and is open seven days a week. Vehicle access is via entry and exit in Roma Street and entry only from Adelaide Street. Visit: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/traffic-and-transport/parking-in-brisbane/car-parks/king-george-square-car-park
    Secure Parking has multiple options available in the city (179 Turbot Street is closest to the venue) – best to book online: https://www.secureparking.com.au/en-au/secure-a-spot-carparks/brisbane

    ACCOMMODATION
    Pullman and Mercure King George Square
    Corner of Ann and Roma Streets
    Brisbane   Q   4000

    With a choice of 210 guestrooms and suites, Pullman Brisbane King George Square offers innovative 5-star hotel accommodation ideally suited for your guests that wish to have a luxurious break while in Brisbane.
    Located alongside the 5-star hotel in the Brisbane city centre, the Mercure tower offers 228 contemporary 4-star hotel rooms featuring signature service and amenities. Guests staying in Mercure accommodation enjoy full access to all Pullman facilities.

    Please feel free to contact the hotel directly if you have any questions or if you would like any additional information:
    Website: https://businesstravel.accor.com/gb/australia/index.shtml
    Phone: 07 3229 9111
    Company name: LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANAGERS AUSTRALIA (QLD)       
    Company code: AS358715  (Uppercase)
    Access code: LO326AU655 (Uppercase)

    If you require further information on the Forum, please call LGMA on (07) 3174 5006 or email admin@lgmaqld.org.au

    • 4 Mar 2020
    • 08:15 - 16:15
    • Queensland Law Society, 179 Ann Street, Brisbane 4000
    Register
    Who should attend?
    Officers from local government

    REGISTRATION:
    Date:
      Wednesday, 4 March.    
    Cost:
      $220 per person   Includes: Tea breaks and Lunch
    Time:  8:15am - 4:15pm
    Dress Code:
    Business casual – as the room temperature may vary, we suggest you wear layered clothing

    View Flier here

    VENUE: 
    Queensland Law Society
    179 Ann Street
    BRISBANE QLD 4000

    TRANSPORT
    Rail - Central Station is conveniently located in Ann Street, approximately 200 metres from Law Society House. There is a direct service from Brisbane Airport to Central Station.
    BusThe Loop is a free bus service that runs through Brisbane’s CBD. It has numerous stops including Central Station, Queen Street Mall and King George Square, which are all located in close proximity to Law Society House. Visit: https://translink.com.au/ 

    PARKING
    King George Square Car Park is located underground between Ann and Adelaide Streets, Brisbane, next to City Hall and is open seven days a week. Vehicle access is via entry and exit in Roma Street and entry only from Adelaide Street. Visit: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/traffic-and-transport/parking-in-brisbane/car-parks/king-george-square-car-park
    Secure Parking has multiple options available in the city (179 Turbot Street is closest to the venue) – best to book online: https://www.secureparking.com.au/en-au/secure-a-spot-carparks/brisbane

    ACCOMMODATION
    Pullman and Mercure King George Square
    Corner of Ann and Roma Streets
    Brisbane   Q   4000

    With a choice of 210 guestrooms and suites, Pullman Brisbane King George Square offers innovative 5-star hotel accommodation ideally suited for your guests that wish to have a luxurious break while in Brisbane.
    Located alongside the 5-star hotel in the Brisbane city centre, the Mercure tower offers 228 contemporary 4-star hotel rooms featuring signature service and amenities. Guests staying in Mercure accommodation enjoy full access to all Pullman facilities.

    Please feel free to contact the hotel directly if you have any questions or if you would like any additional information:

    Website: https://businesstravel.accor.com/gb/australia/index.shtml
    Phone: 07 3229 9111
    Company name: LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANAGERS AUSTRALIA (QLD)
    Company code: AS358715 (Uppercase)
    Access code: LO326AU655 (Uppercase)

    If you require further information on the Forum, please call LGMA on (07) 3174 5006 or email admin@lgmaqld.org.au

    • 29 Apr 2020
    • 08:30
    • 30 Apr 2020
    • 16:30
    • Queensland Law Society, 179 Ann Street, Brisbane, 4000
    Register
    IMPACT
     
    The Inspire 2020 Conference offers local government officers an opportunity to consider the impact they have on their communities, through their individual roles and as part of their wider council. 

    As local government officers, what we do on a daily basis affects how people in our communities live their lives; how much time they spend in outdoor pursuits, what those pursuits are, what cultural activities they undertake, where they spend time with kids and family.  It also impacts how they connect with neighbours and others in the community.  To some extent, what local government does affects how people behave, their sense of community, their confidence and their wellbeing.  It is a large responsibility but it is rewarding when you see the impacts of your success.

    Inspire 2020 will examine different aspects of local government impact and the ways we shape that.  Be it through physical design of the community, through the services and support provided or in the way we inform and educate.  It will also discuss the potential flow-on impacts as interconnected and interdependent communities experience effects of actions taken in both neighbouring and more distant areas.

    Inclusions:
    •         Two days of sessions and workshops
    •         Networking Event on 29 April 2020
    PROGRAMME:
    Wednesday 29 April 2020:

    8.30 am – 08.45 am Registration
    08.45 am – 4.30 pm Conference
    5.00 pm – 6.30 pm Networking Drinks including the presentation of
    the Young Manager Award for Leadership and Management Excellence.

    Thursday 30 April 2020:
    8.30 am – 08.45 am Registration
    08.45 am – 4.30 pm Conference

    SESSION TOPICS INCLUDE:

    The CEO Panel: Our Impact, Our Responsibilities
    Impact through physical design
    Impact through education
    Impact through creating connection
    Impact through community designs

    To hone your career goals, better understand your impact and get new insight into the role and significance of your local government and each of its actions and decision, attend Inspire 2020 to hear from a great line-up of presenters who will encourage you to broaden your views and thinking.

    Keynote Presentation:

    Lucy Bloom is a change maker, exceptional communicator and business fixer. She began her career in advertising, working across a diverse range of industries for 20 years before she stepped into the role of CEO of a new women’s health organisation.

    In less than three years she leads a small team to raise $7M for a network of hospitals in Ethiopia. She then went on to transform a Cambodian children’s charity as its first CEO.

    Lucy now consults as a strategy machine and governance gun for start-ups, NFPs and big business. You will find Lucy Bloom challenging and entertaining in equal measure. She’s a rule breaker, idea maker and momentum creator inspiring audiences with humour and captivating storytelling, with the business acumen to fortify an unforgettable message.

    Click here to view flier including transport options, parking, and accommodation.

    TERMS/CONDITIONS
    Member benefits:  LGMA Members who attend this event receive a discount off their membership fees for the next financial year. (Please ensure to use the attendee's email address at when registering.)
    Council Subscribers:  Buy one get one free!
    When purchasing one (1) Early Bird Registration, Council can access one (1) complimentary registration to the Inspire Conference – subject to availability.  Terms: Excludes CEOs; limit of one complimentary registration per Council.
    Call us now on 07 3174 5006 to check eligibility!

    REGISTRATION CONTACT
    Administration Officer
    T:  07 3174 5006
    E:  admin@lgmaqld.org.au

    FORUM CONTACT
    Lisa Hamilton, Programme Facilitator
    T:  07 3174 5005
    E:  events@lgmaqld.org.au


    LGMA Queensland Inspire Conference


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