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Leadership Roadmap – your development opportunities

The Leadership Roadmap

The Leadership Roadmap is a tool that supports current and emerging leaders to transition to a more complex leadership role by describing key leadership competencies and opportunities for development.

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Development opportunities (70–20–10)

The Leadership Roadmap uses the 70–20–10 approach for development. This approach proposes that individuals obtain 70% of their knowledge from job-related experiences, 20% from interactions with others, and 10% from formal education.

 Individual contributor to team leaderTeam leader to program managerProgram manager to executive
70% doingExperience
  • Understands discipline and profession
  • Experiences different departments, sectors or regions
Exposure
  • Different leadership styles, teams and structures
  • Frontline service delivery
  • Policy development
  • Westminster system of government
  • Critical situations
Experience
  • Manages team leaders and projects outside discipline and profession
  • Experiences different departments, sectors and regions
  • Manages corporate governance
Exposure
  • Frontline service delivery
  • Parliament/parliamentary committees
  • Critical situations
Experience
  • Leads program managers and functions outside discipline and profession
  • Experiences different departments, functions, sectors and regions
  • Leads innovation and research agendas
  • Leads external relationships
  • Works in commercially oriented environments
Exposure
  • Governance boards
  • Frontline service delivery
  • Ministers and/or Members of Parliament
  • Critical situations
20% through others
  • Seeks a mentor, coach or peer support
  • Contributes to discipline or profession
  • Observes or shadows other leaders
  • Actively seeks feedback from supervisor, peers and clients

 

  • Seeks a mentor, coach or peer support/critical friend
  • Mentors or coaches others
  • Observes or shadows other leaders
  • Contributes to discipline or profession
  • Contributes to inter-jurisdictional networks and peak bodies
  • Seeks a mentor, coach or peer support/critical friend
  • Mentors or coaches others
  • Observes or shadows other leaders
  • Leads interjurisdictional networks and peak bodies
10% knowingPeople Matters
  • understanding the authorising environment and responsibilities of a public service team leader
  • managing people, performance and change
Public Sector Management Program
  • managing the business of government
  • managing relationships for customer and business outcome

Leaders Capability Assessment and Development (LCAD)

  • every two years

Emerging Leaders Program

  • leading self and others, performance leadership,
  • actioning strategic change and innovation

LCAD

  • every two years

LCAD 360 degree feedback

  • every alternate two years

People Matters extension modules

  • recruitment and selection
  • inclusion and diversity

 

Executive Master of Public Administration (ANZSOG)
  • Company director skills development
Executive Capability Assessment and Development (ECAD), ECAD Refresh
  • every two years
ECAD 360 degree feedback
  • every alternate two years