In this program we explore the concept of strategic thinking from a number of different perspectives, and we argue that strategic thinking plays a far greater role in our individual success and effectiveness, whether at home or in the workplace, than is commonly acknowledged
Building New Leadership: performing at the executive level is a three-day program for recently promoted or acting Public Sector Managers.
Drawing on insights from neuroscience and other research, this 2 day workshop session provides the latest thinking about how current and future leaders can build their emotional intelligence to create highly engaged, creative and resilient teams and provides an opportunity for reflection and skills practice.
This short course helps you understand the fundamentals of finance such as interpreting financial reports, recognising the impact of financial strategies and communicating effectively with finance professionals. With this knowledge, you'll gain the confidence you deal with financial information and transactions.
Finance for Non-Finance Managers is designed for those outside of the Finance function with budget influence and responsibility. It provides a practical guide to analysing financial data and a solid understanding of financial performance. Make better informed fiscal decisions by learning all aspects of financial management from planning through to budget review and reporting on financial outcomes.
The rapidly changing demands on public service managers requires you to not only know how to lead and to demonstrate leadership behaviours, but also to “be” a congruent and values-driven leader.
Government Writing for Impact is ideal for individuals who have experience writing for government but want to communicate their ideas and policies more efficiently and with greater impact.
Government Writing for Leaders is ideal for writers who deal with high level documents and who wish to enhance the content of their documents, as well as leaders interested in developing skills to build writing capability in the people who report to them.
The Introduction to Accounting short course is designed to introduce you to the accounting requirements for Australian organisations. Focusing on the skills to report on financial activity, you will learn key accounting concepts and terminology, the legislative reporting requirements and how to interpret financial data to make business recommendations.