Many believe that study toward an academic qualification is something beyond their capabilities. They think university study will be too hard and something they can’t fit in around their busy work roles. This was true of Bronwyn Morris, Program Services Coordinator, here at the Graduate School of Business, QUT. The flexibility of the Enterprise Leadership program helped Bronwyn to ease into university study and achieve her dream.
I was sitting at a table way in the back of the Great Hall at Parliament House when a gentleman sat next to me and introduced himself: David Pryce, Deputy Director-General Access Canberra. It did not take long to find common ground which was the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP).
To help build a high-performing, future-focused Queensland public sector, each year the Queensland Public Service Commission partners with QUT to offer one-for-one scholarships for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander employees to undertake the highly regarded Public Sector Management Program (PSMP).
Please let me introduce David Lucas. David works with Queensland Ambulance Service and is responsible for the leadership capability development framework. He has a background in organisational development…
After being encouraged to consider the QUT Executive MBA by Dame Quentin Bryce Dan reached out to us to find out what an MBA could offer him.
It has been my professional privilege to facilitate the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP), and its forerunner, since its inception in 1992. This work has taken me across…
Daryl Wright, the inaugural president of the Queensland chapter of the Australian Transformation and Turnaround Association, recognised the challenges of transformation and decided to tackle them head-on.
As part of the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) studies, and along with my Uni group – Melbourne Cohort-1901, I was fortunate to attend a webinar with the Honourable Kevin Rudd (Mr Rudd).
It is wonderful to hear from Katie Bickerton that her experience in Enterprise Leadership has given her the skills to make a stronger contribution to her organisation.
Building your Ethical Leadership skills is not a gentle intellectual exercise, as Monika Campbell cautions. Getting a glimpse of your own unconscious biases is usually confronting. And imagining how you would come across, if questioned before a Royal Commission, downright frightening!