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Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) 2019

Due Date
26 Jun 2019
Description

The Top 50 Public Sector Women initiative was launched in Victoria in 2017. Over two years, 100 alumnae have been recognised for their leadership, inspiration and accomplishment. IPAA Victoria and the Women’s Network Advisory Committee is proud to present this year’s Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) 2019. Now in its third year, the Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) 2019 list has evolved to recognise two groups of women: established and emerging. The search for excellence is set to reach new heights as it recognises the tremendous achievements of women across the public sector in Victoria. 

IPAA Victoria will host the exciting event during IPAA Victoria’s Public Sector Week 2019 on Wednesday 21 August 2019 held at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins where the finalists are celebrated and the 2019 Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) for both the leaders and emerging leaders are announced.

The awards will again:

  • raise the profile on exceptional female leaders
  • highlight their significant work
  • provide a platform of support and encouragement to other women; and
  • create role models for females across the public sector in Victoria.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Entry is open to all female employees of the Public Sector in Victoria including Local and State Government, the Australian Public Service (Victorian based) and Statutory Authorities.
  • Women who have previously been recognised in 2017 and 2018 form the Top 50 Alumnae and continue to be recognised through this group.  For this reason, women who have been recognised in previous Top 50 lists are ineligible to be nominated again. However, women who have been nominated and were not listed in the Top 50 can nominate again.

The criteria that each leadership category will be assessed are:

Established Leader category

  • Recognised as a leader in the public sector in Victoria
  • Demonstrated positive and proactive leadership behaviours including integrity and conduct that is evidenced
  • Recognised by peers as a role model
  • Assumes mentoring or coaching roles
  • Committed to a career in the public sector
  • Demonstrated commitment to public sector values
  • Demonstrated exceptional accomplishments for example,
  • published author in area of public administration or public policy
  • led initiatives that have resulted in significantly enhanced community or organisational outcomes
  • contributed to improve outcomes, has influenced policy change etc.
  • Recipient of an award or scholarship

The Judges will be guided by the criteria in assessing all nominations however you are encouraged to nominate irrespective of whether all the listed criteria has been achieved.

Emerging Leader category

  • Early to mid-stage of career
  • Next generation of public sector leaders
  • Demonstrated contribution to networking and professional development
  • Committed to progressing career in the public sector
  • Demonstrated commitment to public sector values
  • Demonstrated exceptional accomplishments for example,
  • published author in area of public administration or public policy
  • led initiatives that have resulted in significantly enhanced community or organisational outcomes
  • contributed to improve outcomes, has influenced policy change etc.
  • Recipient of an award or scholarship
  • Membership of professional association/s
  • Completed recognised leadership program/s

 The Judges will be guided by the criteria in assessing all nominations however you are encouraged to nominate irrespective of whether all the listed criteria has been achieved.

Make a Nomination

To find out more and make a nomination vist IPAA Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) 2019.

Contact

If you are require more information about IPAA Victoria’s Top 50 Public Sector Women (Victoria) 2019, please contact Tania De Carli, Executive Officer, on +61 3 9653 2086 or tdecarli@vic.ipaa.org.au.

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