Charlotte Sangster was first interviewed for her PSMP scholarship application in 2015 hoping it would help her to pursue her dream. How has it helped?
The story that Leigh McCready shares about the QUT Pathways to Politics for Women is one of being at a crossroads. What could she do to fulfill her aspirations to go into politics?
Katie Havelberg shares what she learned from the QUT Pathways to Politics program, and how it transformed her and built her confidence to seriously consider a political career.
It has been a year since Rachell Hansen graduated from the QUT Pathways to Politics Program for Women, and her enthusiasm for the program and her passion to influence climate change policy, are still shining brightly.
In Part Two we continue the inspirational story shared by Kushla Wilson on her rich learning journey through the PSMP.
Sally Dillon was already running in the 2020 Brisbane City Council elections when we opened applications to sponsor aspiring women politicians to attend QUT’s first Pathways to Politics for Women program. One of 16 successful applicants, Sally shares with us her experiences of the program, and what she took away from it.
Building management capability in the public sector: Do management development programs deliver impact?
This question initiated a longitudinal study by QUT supported by all Governments of Australia and the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) to investigate the impact over time of the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) on the development of managers within the public sector.
The delivery of public value as a key measure for the public sector requires a rethinking of how public management education is underpinned with an explicit agenda to create the management capability and the opportunity to create public value.
Katie Nohr recounts an inspirational journey of personal growth and challenge as she tackled her life long-dream of completing an MBA. In 2017 she was awarded the QUT Business School Women in Leadership Excellence Scholarship to fund part of her studies and she graduated with an Executive MBA…
So many of us wish we had the courage to speak up when it really matters. Speak for ourselves and for others. Our Women on the Move forum this year titled ‘Voice Matters’ challenged us to own the voice we have.