We anticipate hosting two programmes in 2023, with a maximum of 24 participants in each programme. Each programme consists of a two-day Introductory Forum then four other one day workshops.
Participants will need to commit to attending all six workshops plus one manadatory one-on-one coaching session.
The dates for 2022 were:
CAIRNS: 23-24 Feb; 24 March; 5 May; 9 June; 27 July
BRISBANE: 30-31 March; 11 May; 15 June; 20 July; 24 August
We anticipate that the dates will be similar in 2023.
Who Should Register
The Ignite Difference
This programme aims to develop people rather than simply load them up with theory. By allowing for practical application of learning in between face-to-face workshops, it fosters lasting, deep change to take place in the participants over time that then permeates their professional and often personal lives.
Delegates will be provided with an invoice following the registration process and registrants will be officially notified the week after nominations close regarding their programme placement.
The Ignite programme is a leadership development programme that runs over four to five months. It includes six days of face-to-face workshop style content, two one-on-one coaching sessions and a 360 Feedback survey.
The programme kicks off with a two day introductory forum that focuses on:
The other four workshop days are spaced out to allow participants to put their leaning into practice between the delivery days, and then come back to the next session ready to discss and workshop what did and didn’t work with the group.
The workshops are run in a microcosmic way, where the classroom becomes an analogy for the teams back in the council offices, which is the necessary platform to deeply explore team dynamics as well as interpersonal communication.
The involvement of the participants’ manager is a critical factor in creating tangible outcomes in the workplace. Managers are involved throughout the programme through structured progress reporting, a 360 degree feedback survey and involvement in one of the workshops.
It is important to understand that to be nominated and accepted into this programme is a privilege afforded to you because your Manager/council sees potential in you, and they consider you to be a solid investment for learning and development that will enrich the organisation long-term.
Developing Peer-to-Peer Networks
Throughout this intellectually expanding and emotionally evolving journey, participants get the opportunity to interact with and learn from each other.
The groups often build a strong sense of continuity, bonding and professional development that endures long after they've complete the programme and continues to support them throughout their local government careers.
For further information and assistance please contact
Fiona Cullen - Programme Facilitator
Phone 07 3174 5004 or email email@example.com