NT Public Sector AO 4-5 High Performance & Leadership Workshop

Develop and enhance core skills and key leadership capability to achieve success and excel in AO4-5 level roles and beyond

  • April 2nd - 3rd, 2019
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin


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- Enhance your leadership capabilities as a confident and successful NTPS AO 4-5 leader
- Build productive relationships and lead proficient, capable teams
- Leverage your Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to advance as a leader
- Drive strategic change to improve procedures and meet agency goals


Natalie Lincolne

Natalie has over 20 years’ experience and a wide range of skills and experience in driving improved organisational performance. Her passion is to partner with leaders who want to improve employee engagement, performance and productivity so that great talent is motivated and retained. Natalie has been working and consulting in the public sector (WA state, local and federal) since 2008, having transitioned from corporate senior management roles (NAB, Ansett). Natalie also works as a leadership coach and strategic facilitator in her own business and undertakes pro bono work in several not-for-profit organisations. 

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NT Public Sector AO 4-5 High Performance & Leadership Workshop - 2 Apr


Personal leadership values

- Explore capabilities, attributes and skills of an effective leader

- Understand the differences between technical management and people leadership

- Identify and advocate your core values and goals as a leader

- Shape and define your leadership brand

Fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

- Evaluate your EQ level and identify opportunities for further growth and leadership development

- Understand your EQ and its impact on the way you are perceived as a leader

- Leverage your EQ in the workplace

- Embrace qualities of empathy and understanding to become a better leader

Lead and manage productive teams

- Create a clear vision for your team

- Recognise and value diversity in your team’s working and communication styles

- Maintain team cohesion and build productive relationships

- Build team capacity through coaching and performance feedback

Effective and practical decision-making

- Make autonomous and independent decisions

- Draw on your experience, knowledge and judgement to make better decisions

- Be an authentic leader and communicator

- How to deal with complex issues - making the ‘right’ decision

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Successful change and strategic management

- Set achievable, manageable and measurable goals

- Problem identification and problem-solving strategies

- Support and influence stakeholders through change

- Explore technical vs. adaptive leadership approaches

Develop resilience to thrive in times of change

- Effectively manage change and uncertainty in the workplace

- Identify and monitor changes that impact your work environment

- Empower collaborative decision making in your team

- Support your team, organisation and stakeholders through change

Stakeholder engagement and management

- Manage stakeholder relationships to achieve agency goals

- Identify and meet stakeholder needs and expectations

- Develop effective relationships with stakeholders

- Maintain strong internal and external networks

Key approaches for AO 4-5 leaders to develop confidence in their capabilities

- Trust your initiative and judgement

- Plan and commit to actions that will lead to success

- Embrace resilience and flexibility as key leadership skills

- Develop your game plan   

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin

116 Esplanade, Darwin, NT, 0800, Australia

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