One Day Courses

NEGOTIATION AND INFLUENCE
NSW Public Sector Capability Framework Descriptor Level: Adept
We start negotiating as kids, bargaining our bed time or a second serving of dessert. We know who we are negotiating with, we know what is a stake for us and have little fear asking for what we want. Now in the professional world the game has changed, who we are negotiating with might be unknown and the stakes are higher. Negotiating with more senior staff, or with an external provider can seem daunting until you know and have practised the key elements to negotiating well.   
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Management and Leadership

STEPPING INTO SUPERVISING
NSW Public Sector Capability Framework Descriptor Level: Intermediate
Taking on the role of supervisor or team leader is an important step on your leadership journey. Practical skill that you will call on immediately, to manage your team, communicate effectively and provide direction, set strong foundations for continued development. This two-day course covers topics that help new supervisors and team leaders, become aware of their leadership and communication preferences, as well as understanding team needs and behaviour. Participants will leave this course with the skills to begin managing a team effectively and the confidence to apply learnt materials.
MANAGING PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTIVITY
NSW Public Sector Capability Framework Descriptor Level: Adept
As community needs change, the expectations and strain placed upon each council in local government also increases. Leaders now need to closely manage staff performance and grow the people in their business to increase productivity and remain viable. They need to be able to manage the changes in their environment, leading people through these changes to keep the team united and motivated. Participants will leave this course with a range of ways to help their people perform at their best. Understanding both the importance of articulating what high performance looks like, the importance of an overall vision for motivation, and having the tools to implement them.
MANAGING VISION, DIRECTION AND PROJECTS
NSW Public Sector Capability Framework Descriptor Level: Advanced
Large projects and being responsible for a greater number of people requires special planning. Understanding the elements for creating a resilient team, and being able to help other leaders articulate and execute a vision for the future, are essential elements for any modern leader. Influencing internal and external stakeholders requires planning throughout the different stages of the project. As well as an increase in the number of people you are responsible for, changes to regulations, systems and projects bring an increased exposure to risk. Day two of the programme provides answers to the key questions facing managers responsible for risk management and presents a practical step by step approach to developing a risk plan.
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16/10/2018Stepping Into SupervisingOrangeSISP161018SISP161018
7/11/2018Managing Vision, Direction and ProjectsSydneyMVDP071118MVDP071118
22/11/2018Managing Performance and ProductivitySydneyMPAP221118MPAP221118
12/02/2019Managing Vision, Direction and ProjectsSydneyMVDP120219MVDP120219
12/03/2019Managing Performance and ProductivityRiverinaMPAP120319MPAP120319
19/03/2019Stepping Into SupervisingSydneySISP190319SISP190319
26/03/2019Managing Performance and ProductivitySouth CoastMPAP260319MPAP260319
9/04/2019Managing Vision, Direction and ProjectsSydneyMVDP090419MVDP090419
14/05/2019Stepping Into SupervisingSouthern NSWSISP140519SISP140519
28/05/2019Managing Performance and ProductivityMid North CoastMPAP280519MPAP280519
25/06/2019Managing Performance and ProductivitySydneyMPAP250619MPAP250619
6/08/2019Managing Performance and ProductivityNorth West NSWMPAP060819MPAP060819
13/08/2019Managing Performance and ProductivityNew England/North CoastMPAP130819MPAP130819
24/09/2019Stepping Into SupervisingNorth West NSWSISP240919SISP240919
6/11/2019Managing Performance and ProductivitySydneyMPAP061119MPAP061119
13/11/2019Stepping Into SupervisingSydneySISP131119SISP131119
20/11/2019Managing Performance and ProductivityCentral NSWMPAP201119MPAP201119

Rural Management Challenge

The Rural Management Challenge is a professional development opportunity for all up and coming staff within council. Specially designed to provide councils in rural and regional areas of NSW the opportunity to take part in this truly unique professional development experience, the Challenge develops skills and knowledge that can be immediately applied back at council.

HOW THE CHALLENGE WORKS
Over two days, teams of four come together to compete against other councils in their region as they are challenged with tasks which stretch their knowledge of local government and their council’s policies and procedures. All tasks are tailored specifically for rural and regional councils, addressing realistic scenarios faced in the day-to-day management of council operations.

2018 DATES AND LOCATIONS
The Rural Management Challenge is run annually between August to October. 2018 dates and locations will be confirmed shortly.

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