The Community Placemaking Strategic Leadership Program provides an immersive learning experience that allows leaders to experience this complex environment and successfully build capabilities required to manage the “wicked problems” that arise in the practice of placemaking.
This program is designed for senior leaders in government/ social and economic infrastructure agencies who are responsible in conceiving, planning and designing integrated community placemaking initiatives.
Develop perspectives on how to plan, design, deliver and maintain social and economic infrastructure. You will develop:
Simulation was an engrossing experience for me, and it accelerated the process of understanding the individual working styles of my team and the team dynamics.
The program runs across three months commencing with a 2-day initial scenario learning workshop which includes the identification of an individual real workplace focused adaptive challenge. This workshop is then followed by small group facilitated peer mentoring sessions which run throughout the program concluding with a 1/2-day capstone event.
The Parklands Precinct of Western Sydney Metropolis and new airport acts as a live scenario. Key subject matter experts share their insights and collaborative solutions.
Insights from the first workshop are embedded in the participant’s own organisation through a workplace adaptive challenge.
Scenario insights are transferred to your real world challenges over a three month period supported by facilitated peer mentoring.
The group reconvenes in a capstone event to continue the process of networking and developing the capacity to deliver collaborative solutions.
During dinner we offer a chance to discuss iconic projects with experienced executives from government and private sector.
Our delivery team is comprised of experienced learning development professionals.
Learning from the lessons of those who have worked extensively on infrastructure and planning projects across NSW is key to the program. Highly experienced executives join the first two days of the workshop to share their insights.
Speak to our Program Director Malcolm Dunn +61 2 8627 4914 firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop: 19-20 November 2019
Coaching: December - January
Capstone: 20 February 2020
The program gives me ideas at how to look at a problem in a different way. It’s given me more time to plan the program of works at a strategic level.
Utilising stakeholder management tools to resolve a key issue on my project. This issue is an adaptive challenge and not a technical issue.