Premier’s Priorities Forum

Premier’s Priorities Forum
Tuesday 10 September 2019
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Registrations open at 5:00 PM
Holding Redlich, MLC Building
Level 65, 19-29 Martin Place
Sydney NSW 2000
Professional & Associate $49
Affiliate $69
Non Member $99
 
This event has reached capacity. Please contact events@nsw.ipaa.org.au to be added to the wait-list. 

Learn about the ambitious targets at the heart of the new Premier’s Priorities 


ABOUT THIS EVENT 

In September 2015, the NSW Government launched 12 Premier’s Priorities as a way of focusing on key issues affecting the citizens of NSW. 

Over the last four years, lead agencies such as Health, Education and FACS have been working in partnership with the Premier’s Implementation Unit towards meeting the targets set by the 12 Premier’s Priorities.

Following the March election, Premier Gladys Berejiklian set new Priorities that will tackle tough community challenges, lift the quality of life for all citizens and put people at the heart of everything the NSW Government does. These 14 new Premier’s Priorities will allow the Government to measure and deliver in areas where there is a need to do better. 
 
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

In this forum, Kristina Hickey, Acting Deputy Secretary, Transformation, Department of Premier and Cabinet and senior leaders, will reflect on the mobilisation of the 14 new Priorities and how these new targets will be approached. The panel will also discuss the role of collaboration between the public, private and not for profit sectors to deliver the Priorities. The forum provides you with an opportunity to learn more about how the Deliverology® methodology could be used in your own area of work including what to do if you don’t know what works. 

All IPAA events include purposeful networking which allows you to:

  • Build relationships with the speakers and fellow guests
  • Develop your capabilities
  • Establish connections across the NSW public sector

SPONSOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This event is presented in partnership with:



SPEAKERS

Georgina Harrisson
Deputy Secretary, Educational Services 
Department of Education



As Deputy Secretary, Educational Services, Georgina leads a division focused on the learning and wellbeing of our students. The division delivers the policies, support and services that NSW public schools need to improve student outcomes. The division works closely with School Operations and Performance to ensure that system support is integrated with the daily business of teaching and school leadership. Georgina has 15 years’ experience in public policy across three jurisdictions, and is passionate about translating policy into impact for the community.

Susan Pearce
Deputy Secretary, Patient Experience and System Performance Division
Ministry of Health



Susan is the Deputy Secretary of the Patient Experience and System Performance Division at the Ministry of Health, a position she has held since November 2015.  In this role she is responsible for the oversight of front-end service delivery and system management across NSW Health. Part of this role is also the commissioning of services and negotiation of service agreements with NSW Health entities including all Local Health Districts and Specialty Health Networks. NSW Health is the best performing jurisdiction in the country across a range of independently reported measures.

Paul Vevers
Deputy Secretary, Housing, Disability and District Services and Emergency Management
Department of Communities and Justice


Paul is a Deputy Secretary at the Department of Communities and Justice.  He is responsible for social housing services, disability services and for emergency management.  He manages three of the Department’s Districts which provide child protection, out of home care and public housing.  He is a passionate leader of the government’s on-the-street services to people sleeping rough.  Starting his career working with young people with a disability in Switzerland, he moved to child protection in London.  He subsequently worked for Fujitsu for three years and then joined the UK Audit Commission.  Since 2000, Paul has worked in various regional management roles in NSW in housing and homelessness and became a Deputy Secretary four years ago now.  He is the Department’s lead on the Premier’s Priority on Homelessness.

Facilitated by

Kristina Hickey
Acting Deputy Secretary, Transformation
Department of Premier and Cabinet


Contact

Feel free to contact our office on 02 8066 1900 or email events@nsw.ipaa.org.au for any questions and/or clarifications.
When
10/09/2019 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Where
Holding Redlich, MLC Building Level 65, 19-29 Martin Place Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
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