Do you struggle with preparing for job applications and/or interviews?
We're holding two hands-on workshops to help you lift your game when it comes to presenting your case clearly and impactfully.
Hosted by one of our most experienced and highly-regarded executive coaches, this practical session will be tailored to your needs and questions. Groups will be kept small to facilitate a group-coaching (as opposed to standard teaching) approach to this workshop.
5 October 2018, 1 - 4pm
19 October, 2018, 1 - 4pm
How to Build a High Performance Organisation of the Future, Today
How does your public service agency successfully respond and thrive in a world where the roles of government, their bureaucracies and the services they provide are being reshaped in the context of technological transformation, changing expectations of citizens and a complicated globalized world?
Yellow Edge invites you to a conversation about the ‘Challenges in the US Civil Service in the Trump era’.
Professor Alan Tidwell, the Director of the Centre for Australian, New Zealand and Pacific Studies at Georgetown University Washington DC, will be our guest at a lunchtime conversation in Canberra on “Challenges in the US Civil Service in the Trump era”.
Location: Yellow Edge, Level 2, 9 Sydney Avenue
Date: Thursday 24th May 2018
Time: 12.30pm arrivals for a 1pm start.
A light lunch will be served.
About Alan Tidwell
Professor Alan Tidwell is director of the Centre for Australian, New Zealand and Pacific Studies at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.
Prior to joining Georgetown University he was a program officer with the United States Institute of Peace, where he specialised in conflict resolution and capacity building in Southeast Asia. His work focused particularly on the peace processes in Mindanao and Aceh. Tidwell collaborated with scholars from these conflict-affected regions to develop conflict resolution curriculum and programs.
In 1992 Tidwell, a Washington, D.C. native, moved to Sydney, Australia where he was a lecturer in the Centre for Conflict Resolution at Macquarie University. Later, he moved to Sydney University where he became the research director of the Australian Centre for American Studies.
At Sydney University Tidwell focused on enhancing the Australian-American relationship through research and public education. He returned to Macquarie University as a senior lecturer at the Graduate School of Management, specialising in conflict resolution and negotiation. He holds a PhD in international relations from the University of Kent, a Masters degree in professional ethics from the University of New South Wales, and a Masters degree in conflict management from George Mason University.
This seminar seeks to enable participants to reflect on their experience in Bangalore and their key learnings as Australian leaders. The seminar helps participants to make deeper sense of their first hand experiences and to build a working model of global leadership for themselves, before concluding with a celebratory lunch.
On Friday 17 November, Yellow Edge will be hosting a special lunchtime event designed to help you get the best out of your people. Come, take a break from the office, grab some lunch and learn about how you can help create a supportive workplace culture.
The Global Leadership Practices programme is a ground-breaking programme for senior executives and leaders keen to arm themselves with privileged and invaluable insights into the workings and thinking of India's booming private sector and the political, social and economic factors that influence this landscape.
This programme is presented by Yellow Edge in exclusive partnership with the Prin L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research, Bangalore.
Join us for a 2-day primer seminar for our Global Leadership Practices Primer- India.
This seminar provides preparation time for participants enrolled in the GLP India program. The seminar introduces participants to the importance of thinking globally whilst leading locally. The seminar encourages participants to ground themselves in clear understanding of what leadership means to them and how this is demonstrated in a globalized world.
This seminar seeks to enable participants to reflect on their experience in Shanghai and their key learnings as Australian leaders. The seminar helps participants to make deeper sense of their first hand experiences and to build a working model of global leadership for themselves, before concluding with a celebratory lunch.
Our China program is conducted in partnership with the prestigious China Executive Leadership Academy, Pudong (CELAP) in Shanghai. A premier institution of the Communist Party of China (CPC), CELAP provides unrivaled access to the thinking and policy directions of the CPC. CELAP is the major leadership development institution of the Chinese Communist Party.
Join us for the Global Leadership Practices Primer- China.
This seminar provides preparation time for participants enrolled in the GLP China program. The seminar introduces participants to the importance of thinking globally whilst leading locally. The seminar encourages participants to ground themselves in clear understanding of what leadership means to them and how this is demonstrated in a globalised world.
The Higher Education sector is undergoing dramatic change in a range of areas that impact our work: Planning for future work force demands, government funding shifts, evolving media landscapes, adaptive social values, changing brand management models, as well as a dynamic international marketing environment, to name a few.
Join us for a fun and motivation - filled 2 day course.
This program will train its participants in communicating with power and integrity, motivation and control, negotiation and influence. It provides tools for effective communication to communicate with power and integrity.
As part of its Community Leadership initiative, Yellow Edge is a partner of the Belconnen Arts Centre.
The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize was established in 1988 to celebrate Australia’s bi-centenary. Since then it has grown to become one of this country’s most prestigious art prizes with the largest prize money of any art competition in Australia. The prize attracts not only the cream of Australian portraiture artists but encourages artists at all stages of their careers to enter. The Prize has attracted highly distinguished judges both local and international and in 2016 the judges were art historian Doug Hall, artist Anne Wallace and Greta Moran.
The IPAA ACT Mentoring Program provides a unique opportunity to connect individuals from across the ACT public sector, those seeking to mentor others (mentors) and those seeking to be mentored (mentees). The program is only open to IPAA ACT Corporate and Individual members. The pairing of mentors and mentees will be undertaken by IPAA ACT, which will ensure that mentors and mentees are selected from different portfolios across the Australian Public Service and the ACT Public Service.