Managing Risks To Council

9:00am Tuesday, 13 April 2021
1:00pm Tuesday, 13 April 2021
PD Workshops
Home Office, New South Wales 2000

Managing Risks To Council

This course covers how managers and supervisors can assess and manage the broader types risks to councils in the implementation of council programmes and works. Organisations do not operate in isolation. From the moment of a project’s inception, councils will start to attract all types of risk and must act in accordance with the law. Managing risk is a coordinated set of activities and methods that are used to control the many risks, positive or negative, that can affect council’s ability to achieve its planned objectives. This course applies to individuals who require a broad knowledge of risk analysis that goes beyond just workplace health and safety and who contribute to creating solutions to unpredictable project problems through analysis and evaluation of information from a variety of sources.

This course can be delivered online or in a blended delivery format (in-class and online).

Special Bundle Offer:

1 for $200
3 for $500 
5 for $750

Participate in 3 or 5 of the following essential skills short courses to obtain the maximum embedding of content and cost benefit.

Short courses include:

Managing Risk to Council

Effective People Management skills for Supervisors/Managers

Fundamental of Leadership

What Every Manager should know about managing and resolving disputes

Developing Work Priorities for new Managers/Superviros

Presenting for Impact and Successful Outcomes

Negotiation and Influencing People

Managing a Diverse Team

Presenter Details - Colin Emerson

Colin Emerson is a leader leadership and organisational strategist, educator and coach with over 36 years of leadership, business, government, banking, speaking, training and customer service experience. He holds an MBA, with a focus on leader and leadership development.

Colin has delivered over 1,000 seminars, speaking engagements and workshops for leading businesses, training institutions and local governments in Australia, New Zealand and USA. Since 2010, when he commenced working with IPWEA NSW, he has developed and delivered technical and leadership workshops for the local government, corporate and private civil construction sectors, including for some of Sydney’s current major civil projects.

The knowledge, experiences and professionalism gained in his 36 years of leading and managing organisations at a state or national level ensure that your training is not just theory; he shares his experiences that have been lived, good or not so good, and engages with your own experiences to ensure your learning outcomes are relevant, practical and useable when you return to the reality of your work world.

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