This event is part of a series of six events in the Skills for Success series. If you would like to attend all six events in this series, please register for the package.
Thursday, 17 February 2022
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Professional & Affiliate $0
Non Member $99
You will be able to access this event via a link sent to you the day prior.
If you are a NSW public sector employee, then you are eligible for Affiliate membership free of charge. Click here to join.
How to develop the skills to succeed in your hybrid team
ABOUT THIS EVENT
The Skills for Success are a first of its kind series of hybrid learning workshops showcasing the skills essential for a successful career in the public service. The program has been co-designed with public sector leaders in driving the capability uplift required for the future of the sector.
Each event will feature workshop-style discussions with a subject matter expert and actionable strategies you can put in place today to uplift your capabilities in each area.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
The skills to succeed in your hybrid team
The hybrid environment has become the new way of working. What are the opportunities and challenges in this unique way of work and how can you bring your best?
This workshop will explore the mindset, behaviours, culture and systems that will help you create your own roadmap for success in hybrid working.
You will learn how to cultivate a growth mindset, determine when in the day you do your best work, how to hold inclusive meetings and more.
You will leave the session with your own personalised action plan with strategies you can put into place immediately to thrive in the new hybrid workplace.
Facilitator and Executive Coach
Phil helps purpose driven leaders turn their ambition into high impact strategies and meaningful action. Phil has worked with leaders in a broad spectrum of industries, including; banking, finance, government, retail, technology, travel and social enterprise. As well as extensive experience in coaching, leadership development and strategy, his real world experience leading large teams and reporting to CEOs has given Phil deep grounding and context for complex organisational challenges. A coach with over a decade of experience, Phil initially discovered his passion for coaching in the world of high-level endurance sport, quickly becoming obsessed with helping individuals master their ‘inner game’. Phil works with leaders at all levels, to achieve personal and professional transformations, leveraging his experience and training in organisational coaching, NLP, integral semantics, behavioral psychology and neuroscience. Phil takes a developmental approach to coaching, helping leaders ‘level-up’ and see things about themselves and the world around them they were previously blind to. There is no faster path to help individuals leverage their creative gifts, become aware of, and mitigate, their blind-spots, and ultimately develop the habits and strategies that allow them to show-up and perform their life’s work.
Councillor, IPAA NSW
Group Deputy Secretary, Corporate Service
NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Shaun was appointed to the position of Deputy Secretary, Corporate Service, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment in October 2017. Prior to joining the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Shaun held roles as Director, Executive Director and Managing Director for the Department of Premier and Cabinet and the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI). At DFSI, Shaun was responsible for setting up the Strategic Programs and Performance Management Office, reporting to the Secretary. Prior to joining NSW State Government, Shaun held large commercial roles within property, engineering & construction. He established the NSW Telco Authority and has previous experience acting as Deputy Secretary for DFSI across the Government Services division. Shaun was instrumental in establishing the customer service council for NSW Government and at DFSI as the Executive Sponsor for Premier’s Priority 12 - Improving customer satisfaction with Government Services. He is also the Chair of the NSW Government Community of Change professionals and bringing strong leadership, operations and customer focus skills to his current role as Deputy Secretary.