The Rural Management Challenges are based on the successful concept of the Australasian Management Challenge; and is a development programme that provides real-life problem solving experiences and produces outcomes that translate into relevant, tangible and enduring benefits for individuals, teams and the organisation.
Councils nominate a team of four people (who may or may not have worked together before) to compete against teams within their region.
Throughout the day, the team will be given a range of tasks that simulate different business-related tasks and activities that council manages on a day-to-day basis. As some of these tasks or issues may be outside the team members’ usual role, it provides the perfect opportunity to broaden the understanding and appreciation of what council does and what other people within your council manage every day.
It also provides a perfect opportunity to develop and strengthen your team skills. This includes communication and presentation skills, influencing and negotiation skills and managing resources and time. All within a fun and highly supportive environment.
The teams are observed throughout the day on their team processes – how well they worked together, how they resolved differences of opinion, how they ensured that they kept on track and managed the tasks. The teams are also assessed on what they produce (e.g. reports etc.).
Rural Management Challenges are held in three areas and usually occur during October to November of each year.
The 2019 Rural Management Challenge Brochure may be viewed here.
The 2019 Central Queensland Regional Forum is aligned with the Rural Management Challenge event, enabling the participating Rural Management Challenge council officers to attend the CQ Regional Forum on a complimentary basis!
Central Queensland RMC Wednesday, 27 November 2019 in Yeppoon
CQ Regional Forum
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Thursday, 28 November 2019
The RMC CQ Winner will be announced that evening!
NOTE: RMC Teams have complimentary registration to the
Regional Forum and will be automatically registered.
Please contact us by 14 November if you will NOT be attending:
Phone 07 3184 5006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to view full details of these events!
If you have any questions relating to the Rural Management Challenge, please feel free to contact
Peta Irvine from LGMA Queensland on 07 3174 5003, 0400 088 244 or email@example.com