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Friday, 3 March 2017 from 8:45 am to 4:30 pm (AEDT)

Leading Change in Local Government - Albury/Wodonga
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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee GST Quantity
Session 1 Only   more info 02/03/2017 $365.00 $0.00 $36.50
Session 2 Only   more info 02/03/2017 $365.00 $0.00 $36.50
Whole Package (Both Sessions)   more info 02/03/2017 $720.00 $33.39 $75.34

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Leading Change in Local Government

Tuesday 31 January 2017 & Friday 03 March 2017

About this course

The current challenges of transitioning change in local government require leaders, managers and supervisors to have a planned strategic approach to execute change effectively in both NSW and Victoria.  Local councils are experiencing amalgamations, restructures, changes to funding and legislation and increased community expectation and pressure.

 Over the past 12 months time2talk has worked with over 30 NSW and Victorian Councils in the areas of Leadership, Change and Communication and we have had a number of requests to run a workshop specifically tailored to assisting local government leaders in embracing and leading change in the current climate and in the future.

We have designed a 2-part series to provide leaders with a planned approach to leading change and a toolkit to assist them to engage their stakeholders, get genuine buy in and sustain the necessary changes for their councils.

Participants will walk away from session 1 with a plan for change based on John Kotter’s Change Model. There will be an opportunity for a one to one coaching session to review and improve the plan. Session 2 will focus on gaining commitment for the plan with emphasis on engaging and influencing all stakeholders.

These sessions can be attended as stand alone sessions or as a series which includes the coaching component. This is an opportunity to network with peers from other councils to reflect on and plan for how to effectively lead local government and implement the changes required into the new year and beyond.

Session 1 – Leading Change: Planning & Executing Change

Tuesday 31 January 2017 

Leading and managing change in any organisation is an ongoing challenge.  There is constant change and leaders are required to embrace the change themselves, as well as guide their teams effectively through it. This workshop will assist you to examine the current changes in your council environment and gain tools and strategies to more effectively plan, execute and lead change.

 Following the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Reflect on current changes in their local government environment and workshop the challenges of these changes
  • Examine their own leadership approach to change and understand what is need to be an effective change leader
  • Have a model (Kotter’s Change Model) for effectively planning for change
  • Identify barriers to change and have strategies to turn challenges into opportunities
  • Take away a toolkit to effectively plan, monitor and execute change
  • Develop a plan to implement their own change initiatives
  • Understand their own and others reactions to change
  • Have strategies to best transition their team through change


Session 2 – Leading Change: Influencing & Communicating for Change

Friday 03 March 2017

 Influencing and engaging your stakeholders to invest in the change journey does not happen by chance.  To effectively gain buy in and inspire others to shift and embrace the desired changes requires a strategic approach.  You need to not only communicate what is changing but why and how. People need to be clear on the benefits and what can be achieved in the changed environment.  This workshop will assist with strategies and a plan to effectively communicate the change.

Following the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Examine effective interpersonal skills to influence change
  • Understand the communication techniques involved in influencing and changing behaviour
  • Understand human behaviour and emotions
  • Gain support for ideas and plans moving forward
  • Communicate effectively in change situations
  • Use the right persuasive language and phraseology
  • Adopt the right communication strategy for each stakeholder
  • Use influencing tactics in presentations

Program details

Date: 31st January 2017 & 03 March 2017

TIme: 8.45am - 4.30pm

Location: Albury Wodonga Training Centre - Airport Drive Albury NSW 2640

Contact: 1300 828 255 or

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Albury/Wogonda Training Centre
Cnr Avalon St and Airport Drive
East Albury, NSW 2640

Friday, 3 March 2017 from 8:45 am to 4:30 pm (AEDT)

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Time2talk Leadership

Time2talk is committed to motivating and inspiring your people to challenge themselves to continually improve, to engage and influence their teams and to be the best leaders they can be.

We believe the heart of your business success lies in your people and we work with you to build competitive, and sustainable advantage through strategic people development resulting in behavioural change and improvement in performance. Our facilitation, coaching and training programs are focused on building organisational cultures that achieve results and attract and retain a talented and satisfied team.


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Time2talk Leadership works closely and collaboratively with you, applying our expertise and skills to ensure you make the right changes to succeed. We tailor our programs specifically to the needs of your market and industry, your desired culture and values and align any interventions with your organisations goals and strategy.

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