Aimed at EL 1-2 level officers and management, this interactive, two-day Masterclass will provide you with the expertise you need to take on more senior and complex roles within the public sector.
The Public Sector EL1-EL2 Women in Leadership Masterclass will help you to overcome barriers to success faced by women in the workplace, and enable you to enhance and refine your current leadership skills, whilst developing new ones to empower you to take the next step in your career.
Set a career plan, seize opportunities for progression and learn how to purposefully lead yourself, your team and your organisation into the workplace of the future.
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Why should you attend this masterclass?
- Define who you are as a leader and set yourself a plan for career progression
- Learn how to engage effectively with diverse interests, values and perspectives
- Develop the skills to communicate with presence and authenticity
- Understand how to lead the cross generational emerging workforce
Who will attend?
Female aspiring, emerging and existing leaders across the Australian Public Sector, and male champions of change, with the roles of:
- EL1 & EL2
- Assistant Directors
- Senior Officers
- Senior Advisors
Benefits of attending
- Understand yourself as a leader in the APS & what you want to achieve
- Build your team’s capabilities & improve performance through strengths based leadership
- Become an enterprise leader with the skills to lead change & transformation across your department or agency
- Learn how to lead the cross-generational, diverse & inclusive APC workforce
KT & Associates
With a global career of more than 20 years as a Management Consultant and Global Learning Leader, Kathryn specializes in unlocking performance for people and their organisations.
Throughout her career, Kathryn has worked locally, nationally and globally as an HR leader specialising in organization cultural transformation and strategic capability development.
Kathryn brings deep expertise in adult learning, facilitation, leading change and is a certified Executive Coach. Kathryn supports a range of local and national clients with a focus on supporting organisations and their people to thrive. In her previous global role for IBM she facilitated Executive Leadership development for the Asia Pacific IBM Executive Leadership team and development programs targeted at supporting high potential female leaders to grow their careers. Current clients include Executive
Leadership development for a range of Public Sector Agencies including Department of State Growth, Department of Premier and Cabinet plus Government Business
Enterprises, not for profits and Corporates.
Kathryn brings 20+ years of experience as both a Board Chair and Board Director on Government and not-for-profit Boards.
What People Are Saying
“Great workshop! The information provided was useful and relevant to the workplace and I got to meet great people. I would highly recommend Criterion Conferences to friends and colleagues”Caroline Yvon, ACT Government
“Kathryn was outstanding. It was a great day, which pushed the boundaries of thinking and comfort.”Bernadette Pogorzelski, Guilford Young College
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