For Tamara McQueen-Bryers the PSMP workplace project provided an opportunity to focus on the people who were administering government programs.
When machinery of government changes saw the creation of the Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities in 2020, a huge agency with numerous portfolio areas was created. One of the greatest challenges in managing a change of this magnitude was staff training. That included communication of a…
For Jacqueline du Boulay, Manager of the Disability and Development Team in the Clinical Practice and Professional Services section of the Department of Territory Families, Housing, and Communities in Darwin, a major benefit of the Public Sector Management Program was a better understanding of how government works and…
Victoria Ikutegbe leads a team of researchers devoted to improving student engagement at school. Engagement with education is a subject close to her heart, and something that informed her journey through the PSMP.
Middle management is all about people, and the public service is no exception. Effective team-building requires a commitment to best practice in leadership
A proud Jawoyn-Jaru woman, Jody Dixon worked in personal development and training for over 20 years and is deeply passionate about helping people reach their full potential.
Learning in the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) can spark curiosity and motivation to continue study.
Investing in employees’ ongoing development has long been a strategy of the Australian public service with public management education facilitating the translation of learning into the delivery of public value through programs like the Public Sector Management (PSMP).
One of the highlights of supporting Nick as he explored this challenging set of issues in his community, was his ability to engage with the program content and explore the various tools and processes.
In Part Two we continue the inspirational story shared by Kushla Wilson on her rich learning journey through the PSMP.