This briefing looks at the Productivity Commission’s recently-released Working from Home research paper (the Paper, hereafter) which explores the shift to working from home (WFH), and contemplates how WFH (and remote work more generally) is likely to evolve.
At the heart of any major transformation programme are your organisation's values -- and the dynamic skills to translate those values into both service delivery and staff wellbeing. This training dives into management styles, individual skills, as well as practical guidance on shaping your organisation's culture and how to move forward with fewer barriers and…
This briefing shows how a structured approach to strategic risk management can help leaders to develop their post-pandemic strategies, plans and activities, by using a risk ‘lens’ to complement objective-based approaches.
This programme is an innovative way to equip your cohort of Managers (from Team Leader to Service Manager level) with a thorough but concise overview of the knowledge, and skills needed as a foundation for the role. It concentrates on six fundamental principles which form the foundation for good management practice in Local Government.
We’re taking you beyond the buzz words and confusing jargon to focus on how to think strategically and apply that mindset to a coherent vision for your organisation’s future.
This briefing suggests that local governments need to leverage the diversity of their workforce outside of the traditional departments and approaches. There are numerous people with lived experience and knowledge of cultural safety who remain under-utilised, and often marginalised, within organisations. .
This blog provides information on LGIU’s new Future of Local Government Review – a survey designed to understand the sector’s needs moving forward – and highlights how you can take part.
This one-day online workshop provides an understanding of the process, how learning is transferred through coaching and the wider benefits it delivers.
The briefing examines the LGAS VFM unit Corporate Estate Management and Maintenance study. It will analyse each of the six areas LGAS carried out their study review under, and identifies the LGAS recommendations for each area.
Take your project management skills to the next level with this follow-up to our Practical project management workshop. This highly interactive time will help guide you towards confident and emotionally-intelligent leadership for even more successful management experiences. Those who have attended Practical Project Management will find it particularly useful!