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Our full list of events and programmes for 2018 can be found here.

Upcoming events

    • 19 Apr 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 31 Dec 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • Online learning modules
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    LGMA Queensland Mentoring Programme Online Learning Modules

    LGMA Queensland is pleased to launch an online Local Government Mentoring Programme!

    Created to provide professional development and career advancement, this programme is specifically designed for officers within local government who are aspiring to further their careers within the sector.

    Participants are matched with a mentor who will meet with them monthly to discuss ways to develop their career.  They will also undertake professional development through the online delivery of webinars, articles, video clips and discussions.  These are designed to enhance participants’ professional development and assist in identifying career aspirations.

    You will find the Brochure here. 

    In addition, please complete the Mentee Application Form here.


    • 1 Aug 2018
    • 8:15 AM - 4:15 PM
    • Mackay Entertainment Convention Centre, Civic Precinct, Alfred Street Mackay Queensland
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    Who should attend: Officers from local government who are working in the human resources, learning and development sectors.

    The agenda includes:

    - Strategic Human Resource Management in Local Government

    - Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace

    - Leadership Capability Development

    - Mapping a Strategic Way Forward

    - Facilitated Workshop Session


    Download the Agenda here.

    • 2 Aug 2018
    • 8:15 AM - 4:15 PM
    • Mackay Entertainment Convention Centre, Civic Precinct, Alfred Street Mackay Queensland
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    This Forum brings together payroll officers to share experiences and insights about the most important issues and opportunities facing the payroll function.

    The Forum will look at the following topics

    - The Tricky transactions
      Tax on ETPS, Salary Sacrificing, FBT and others - how to ensure that you get these right?

    - Superannuation - the moving feast
    Learn how to stay super compliant despite the constantly changing rules and requirements

    - Cross Department Communication
    Payroll performance replies on effective and consistent communication from other parts of the business. How do you ensure that the new staff member's first pay is accurate, how do managers know whether or not they can approve carers leave?  This session offers tips for getting your communication process right to avoid mistakes.

    - Auditing Payroll
    Queensland Audit Office figures show that payroll errors form the largest group of substantiated errors in councils.  How are these occurring and what should you look out for?

    - Facilitated Workshop Session
    This is your chance to network and collaborate!

    Download the Brochure and manual registration here (or complete the online registration form now)
    • 11 Sep 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 13 Sep 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • Novotel Twin Waters, 270 Ocean Drive, Twin Waters, Queensland
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    Local Government Annual Conference Regenerate

    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 seeks to look 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 will have an opportunity to explore what we are to on track to be, what we could be and what we need to avoid being, as we approach the middle of this century.  Because what we choose to do now, will have a significant impact on that future that our children and grandchildren hope to enjoy.

     

    Join LGMA in 2018 to refresh your mind and body and consider what your community, the land and the people need from our organisation in the future.


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