• South Grafton

    This forum will offer participants the opportunity to explore the role that councils play in the safe management and regulation of asbestos within their Local Government Areas.

  • Roxy Theatre, 114 Pine Avenue, Leeton NSW

    Members have continued to express a desire for engagement on a regional basis. The LGNSW Board decided to explore the issue as part of the member research that was completed in 2017.

  • Sydney, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions

     

    Whether you are trying to break through to supervision, develop skills in leadership or just manage your work/life balance issues better, you will need a little help. This program is designed for women to give you a non-threatening environment in which to explore issues which might be bothering you and holding you back from aspiring to greater achievements at work. At the end of the program you will have a skill set to take you confidently to the next level.

  • Wagga Wagga for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions

     

    An effective working relationship between elected representatives and officers of a council is critical to the successful formulation of strategy and the sustainable delivery of services to the community. Yet to many officers  the relatively rational task of managing service delivery can seem a world apart from the political context in which elected representatives operate and make decisions.

  • Sydney Town Hall - Marconi Room 483 George Street Sydney NSW 2000

    It’s Getting Crowded!

    How to Manage it, Map it and Track it.

    Hosted by the City of Sydney

    Program 9.30am – 2.00pm 

  • Sydney, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions

     

    This workshop will provide participants with a working knowledge of the diversity of functions provided by Local Government, improving their customer service skills and enhancing internal communication.

  • Sydney, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions

     

    John F. Kennedy could read at 5000 words per minute (wpm) and Jimmy Carter could read at 3000. What about you? What’s your reading speed? The average Australian reads at 220 wpm with 60% comprehension.  We all have the potential to at least double or triple our reading speed and improve our comprehension. And depending on our motivation, read at thousands of words per minute.

  • Glasshouse, Cnr Clarence and Hay Streets, Port Macquarie

    This forum will offer participants the opportunity to explore the role that councils play in the safe management and regulation of asbestos within their Local Government Areas.

  • Blacktown Library Function Centre, Flushcombe Road Blacktown

    Thursday 31 May 2018

    Blacktown Library Function Centre, Flushcombe Road Blacktown

  • Sydney, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions

     

    Leaders today are judged not only on their ability to communicate but on their readiness to understand and adopt new forms of communication.