BUILDING A CULTURE OF TRUST AND PROGRESS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
CANBERRA | 5-6 MARCH
BRISBANE | 20-21 MARCH
SYDNEY | 12-13 MARCH
PERTH | 26-27 MARCH
MELBOURNE | 18-19 MARCH
There are more than 2 million public sector employees in Australia, influencing every part of our lives, whether they be health professionals, educators, first responders, librarians or administrators processing our payments. Most are exceptional in their work; others are doing their best.
Unfortunately, in recent times, through Royal Commissions, Inquiries, and the Respect@Work Report, we have seen evidence of some unacceptable behaviours. These unacceptable behaviours have wide-ranging impacts on staff, clients and the community, and do not reflect the majority of the public sector. But how can we ensure the best, and most appropriate behaviours (culture) in our organisations?
Organisational culture is, at its core, about behaviours in the workplace. This two-day workshop will help you:
Identify the dominant cultures in your workplace
Assess whether these cultures are appropriate, and if not, what steps you can take to change the culture in your team, or your organisation
Consider how workplace legislation sets the standard for your organisation’s operations and staff management
Develop a culture program that will support your organisation or team achieve its objectives
(GAICD, Master of Public Administration)
Executive Consultant, TMS Consulting
"The Public Sector Workplace Culture Workshop should be mandatory for all leaders within the public sector. This course enables leaders to learn the language leadership which ultimately provides a strong foundation for a positive and productive culture"
Corporate Operations Manager and Board Secretary - Gasfields
Getting the basics right
What is culture?
Why is it important?
Is public sector culture different?
Workplaces have changed
From workplace legislation to remote working, how has significant disruption affected the culture of your organisation
What is the culture now?
Assessing culture - Is your workplace culture helping your organisation achieve its outcomes?
How do you change culture
Changing culture in your organisation, your team and your own beliefs and behaviours if they are not working to get the outcomes you need
How do you manage culture clashes
Managing changes with stakeholders, with other departments or within your organisation – between policy areas, regulators, and front-line staff