Professor Born – a lecturer in public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and distinguished former military leader – will help participants to understand their personal story, how to lead effectively and how to find leadership purpose.
“Each of us is passionate about something,” Professor Born says. “Linking that passion to creating the commitment and courage to live one’s unique purpose is key to unlocking the future, changing the world and living a more meaningful life.”
“The public sector needs leaders who will meet the challenge of increasing community expectations in a fast-changing and more complex world”
John Lloyd, Australian Public Service Commissioner, 2016
It is critical for the government to harness leadership excellence for the delivery of essential services, policy design and implementation and to meet the growing expectations of the Australian public.Read more
Liquid Learning is proud to present the 4th Women in Leadership Queensland Summit to be held on the 7th - 10th of March in Brisbane. This four-day event will serve as an open forum for delivering practical case studies, expert commentaries and panel discussion which will address the key challenges, motivational insights and applicable techniques to enhance your leadership capabilities.Read more
The International Women’s Day Gala Dinner is the leading event on Victoria’s social calendar celebrating the remarkable contribution that women make to our public sector.
On 8 March 2017, IPAA Victoria will have the pleasure of welcoming one of Australia’s most popular and passionate political journalists, Annabel Crabb, to address this prestigious event.Read more
Liquid Learning’s inaugural Secondary Education Leadership Forum 2017 tackles the current, various challenges leaders face every day in schools and helps to improve the foundational skills and strategies needed to overcome these obstacles. This professional development opportunity offers practical insights into improving both school and individual success through a combination of technical and leadership case studies and expert advice from the leading Secondary Education executives across Australia.Read more
As the Public Sector understands the need for innovation, it’s important to note that innovation requires continual evolution. Culture and space affects an organisation’s performance. So it’s vital your environment caters for collaboration, engagement and creativity.
The Public Sector Workplace Innovation Summit provides you with examples of organisation from both the public and private sector who excelled at evolving their workplace. Attend and get the chance to hear from change leaders about the lessons learnt from their workplace journey.
Robust discussion on all we value, and all we can strengthen in Australia's systems of integrity, accountability and anti-corruption. Never has there been a better time for government, business and civil society to come together to map out new solutions for stopping corruption and supporting integrity in public life.Read more