STEPS Emerging Leader Program

When: 
Tuesday 20 August 2019
Tuesday 15 October 2019
Where: 
Brisbane
Time: 
8:45am4:30pm

About

We invite CSYW employees and participants of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways service from other agencies to join us at the STEPS program.

STEPS is an emerging leader program and has been designed for the following cohorts:

  • Existing and emerging leaders, AO3-AO5, OO3-OO5, PO2-PO3 and TO2-TO3 in all service areas
  • Currently supervising staff or want to supervise staff and have been identified as potential, future leaders and supervisors

Learning outcomes

  • Build confidence, tools and support in taking on a formal leadership position.
  • Take the initiative and take charge of your own leadership.
  • Open opportunities for you to lead from where you are, regardless of position or classification level.
  • Build your professional networks.
  • Improve your understanding of the role of leader, the business and the department’s future direction.

Leadership competencies

This events aligns with the following Leadership competencies for Queensland:

  • Audience: Individual contributor, Team leader, Program Leader.
  • Results: Develops and mobilises talent, builds enduring relationships, inspires others, drives accountability and outcomes.

What's involved

  • a one day face-to-face introductory learning event
  • a period of workplace learning supported by your supervisor and Capability and Learning staff
  • a one day face-to-face learning consolidation event, including graduation (15 October 2019)

Enrol or find out more

This training is provided by the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways participants

This course is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways participants. Limited spaces are available. To register or to find out more, please contact the career pathways team at careerpathways@psc.qld.gov.au.

Contact

Organiser: 
Department of Child Safety
Youth and Women