APS Leadership: Rising to the road ahead

An exploration of great APS leadership: what it looks like, how we nurture it, and how it helps us deliver.

Hear from PM&C Secretary Glyn Davis and a panel of our most senior APS leaders about what matters most on the road ahead, and what they want to see from leaders at all levels.

Speakers reflect on the leadership behaviours that helped the APS rise to the challenges of recent years, the role leaders will play in future APS reform, and how they navigate leadership themselves.

We look at what adaptive, systems leadership means in a modern APS, and how you can bring the ideas to life in your role.

Professor Glyn Davis AC (Keynote and Panellist)
Secretary
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

David Fredericks PSM (Panellist)
Secretary
Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

Natalie James (Panellist)
Secretary
Department of Employment and Workplace Relations

Peter Woolcott AO (Opening/Closing Remarks)
Australian Public Service Commissioner

Carmel McGregor PSM FIPAA (Host)
Adjunct Professor and Academic Fellow
University of Canberra

This event is delivered in partnership with the Australian Public Service Commission.

PLEASE NOTE: Ticketing for this event has now reached capacity and the waitlist has been exhausted. A recording of the event will be available on our website in the week following.

For questions relating to the event please email the IPAA team at events@act.ipaa.org.au.

Event Details

Event Date Tuesday 6 September 2022
Arrival Time 9:15 AM AEST
Formalities 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM AEST
Networking 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM AEST
Member Price $0
Non-Members Price $0
Venue Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia

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