(above: 2019 Future Leaders Program launch event with Peter Woolcott AO)
Due to developments associated with COVID-19 we have decided to defer the first cohort. We are looking forward to welcoming attendees into the program and will be in touch as soon as we can offer new dates.
The IPAA Future Leaders Program provides an exciting development opportunity for emerging leaders in the public sector.
The program aims to provide emerging and future leaders with an opportunity to discuss and debate challenges relevant to them, broadening their perspective in the public service, whilst networking with participants from across the sectors.
The program is an interactive series of five events and discussions, providing an opportunity for participants to learn how they can improve the future of the public sector. Importantly, the program is not a training course, rather of series of curated experiences integrated through the following activities:
The program presents an excellent opportunity to build networks and connections across the sector.
The program seeks emerging and future leaders who are passionate, established and engaged about the public sector in their workplace, with aspirations of progressing to management roles.
Participants should be at the APS6 to EL1 level, or equivalent levels for private sector or academia. Please note that this program is not targeted at people currently undertaking a graduate program.
The Program will be structured as follows:
All sessions will be delivered at the Museum of Australian Democracy (MOAD) at Old Parliament House, Parkes.
The program is only open to corporate members of IPAA ACT. The total cost of the program is $950 per participant (GST inclusive) which is run on a cost-recovered basis. Each organisation will be allocated a number of places on the program.
Interested participants will be required to fill in a nomination form, which will need to be endorsed by a delegate at the SES level, or equivalent. Nominations will be managed by corporate members.
For more information about the program please email IPAA or contact the office on 02 6154 9800.