Learning in the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) can spark curiosity and motivation to continue study.
‘How fast can you learn, how much can you take, and how much do you want to give back?’ These questions can guide the design of an impactful development intervention.
Having identified your high potential group, the next question is the design of a development intervention. What strategies are most effective in building executive readiness?
Registering for a professional development module takes courage. Coming to a workshop day with others, contributing to the discussion and doing the learning activities can take many people out of their comfort zones.
For those wanting to advance their career into leadership, there comes a time when their technical abilities alone will not get them to the next stage.
There can be several different reasons to develop a leadership program. If your objective is to develop a pipeline of leaders ready to step up to executive roles, it is worth the investment of time to consider the potential of those who seem likely contenders. What do you look for?
Prof Jean Burgess, Associate Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society speaks to Kate about how research is helping us understand the social implications of digital media technologies, platforms, and cultures.
The Honourable Tony Abbott, former Australian Prime Minister speaks to the participants of the QUT Public Sector Management Program on the idea of the public good, his achievements as Prime Minister and Australia’s place on the world stage.
Kate speaks to QUT geologist and biologist Adjunct Professor David Flannery about how Australian rock formations assist the search for lifeforms on Mars
When considering professional development, the contemporary worker is looking for flexibility and pathways to higher levels of learning. Through QUTs Enterprise Leadership offering, Esther Murphy, a manager at Brisbane City Council, was able to complete professional development modules in areas of most relevance to her.