4th Annual Community and Stakeholder Engagement for Government

4th Annual Community and Stakeholder Engagement for Government

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About this Event

Build trust. Engage stakeholders. Produce outcomes.

When stakeholders are engaged, community trust is built and all parties are bought-in, the Public Sector performs at its best. This rings even more true throughout a crisis.

That’s why the 4th Community & Stakeholder Engagement for Government Summit comes at a vital time for the Public Sector. This event presents the key lessons in government engagement over the past six months so you can tailor your communication strategies, foster positive perceptions within your communities, and produce more efficient outcomes with stakeholders.

Now in its 4th year, the Community & Stakeholder Engagement for Government Summit has become the preeminent event for Public Sector, stakeholder engagement professionals. While it’s inevitable that government events will focus on the impact of COVID-19, this event will also reiterate its key focus of case study-based, interactive sessions on the core tenants of best practice stakeholder engagement for the Australian Public Sector.

 

Agenda Themes


Understand the seven principles for effective community engagement


Take away rapid engagement lessons throughout the pandemic


Create partnerships to ensure ongoing community support and engagement


Tailor engagement strategies to build trust and produce results


Cut through the white noise to engage with impact


Incorporate compassion, goodwill, and empathy into your engagement plan


Gain policy buy-In for efficient decision making


Enhance engagement with regional, Indigenous and disadvantaged communities


Utilize data and groundbreaking digital engagement strategies

Our 2022 Key Speakers

Felicity Stewart
Director, National Engagement
National Disability Insurance Agency
Donna Marshall
Executive Director, Stakeholder and Community Engagement, Cross River Rail Delivery Authority
Chair, IAP2
Andrew Johnson
Advocate for Children and Young People
Office of the advocate for Children and Young People
Dr. John Warburton
Deputy General Manager
Inner West Council

Agenda

Pre-conference Workshop 4th April

Summit Day 1 - 5th of April

Summit Day 2 - 6th of April

Post-conference Workshop 7th April

Agenda Themes

  • Understand the seven principles for effective community engagement
  • Take away rapid engagement lessons throughout the pandemic
  • Create partnerships to ensure ongoing community support and engagement
  • Tailor engagement strategies to build trust and produce results
  • Cut through white noise to engage with impact
  • Incorporate compassion, goodwill and empathy into your engagement plan
  • Gain policy buy-In for efficient decision making
  • Enhance engagement with regional, Indigenous and disadvantaged communities
  • Utilize data and groundbreaking digital engagement strategies

Who Should Attend This Event?

  • Director & Assistant Director
  • Community Relations, Liaison & Engagement
  • Media, Communications & Public Relations
  • Engagement and Strategy
  • Customer Service & Experience
  • Stakeholder Relations & Citizen Experience

Our 2022 Speaker Line-Up

Kylie Bryden-Smith
Director, Partnerships & Engagement
Resilience NSW
Campbell Fuller
Executive Director, Communications, Corporate Services
Treasury NSW
Beth Cookson
Executive Director, Stakeholder Engagement
National Recovery and Resilience Agency
Mandy Young
Executive Director - Partnerships, Projects & Insights
Service NSW
Natalie Ajay
Director, Communication and Engagement
GOTAFE VIC
Adam Lindsay
Executive Director
Sydney Living Museums
Cheryl Leavy
Executive Director, Partnerships and Cultural Agency Leader
Department of Environment and Science QLD
Jim Macnamara
PhD, FPRIA, FAMI, CPM, FAMEC
University of Technology, Sydney
Michelle Stanhope
Executive Director, Indigenous Strategy and Services
University of Sydney
Lillian Gordon
Head of Aboriginal Affairs
Department of Aboriginal Affairs

Partnership Opportunities Available!

Testimonials

  • Australian Electoral Commission

You all did amazing!!

  • NAB

Wow! Took it all in, and has given me lots to think about. Inspirational

  • Department of Education & Training

I think the forum was really brilliant. We are all pretty new to the online forum world so all in all I think you did fantastically.

  • Department of Defence

Absolutely outstanding event. The concepts about Leadership and what organisations are doing gives me hope for my grandchildren that the support is out there

  • Catholic Diocese of Parramatta

Fantastic presentations, I love their approach to creating employment initiatives moving forward.

  • Universal Music Australia

Being from the Music Industry - I was very surprised to find out such an incredible Foundation was linked to Yothu Yindi. I will definitely be looking into this Foundation much more from today.

  • GHD

I would like to thank the Leadership Institute Team for continuing with the Summit. I was filled with joy to see and listen to a young indigenous women in positions such of leadership coming up through the ranks.

  • Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

It was so nice to hear from Indigenous voices and leaders throughout the event. Loved the important message of getting & staying “EDUCATED” whilst strengthening Culture and Leadership is important to me as we compete in two worlds

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