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Leadership and decision making in times of adversity: insights from leading practitioners

The National Security College is a joint initiative of the Commonwealth Government and The Australian National University.
 

Session Overview

During times of adversity, strong leadership and robust decision making is key. Australia’s bushfire crisis and now the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us how quickly the landscape can change and adversity can arise. It has also brought into sharp focus the importance of leadership and decision making, not just in government but across the public service and the community more broadly, where resilience, adaptability, communication and engagement have taken on unprecedented salience.

Hear from Jane Halton AO PSM and Mark Crosweller AFSM on how they have navigated uncertainty during their careers in the national security community. Take away tips and insights on leading and making decisions in our challenging strategic environment.   
 

Participants will leave the program with:

  1. Practical tips and insights from highly experienced experts on leading and decision making in times of crisis and adversity;
  2. A clearer sense of why exceptional leadership is key in our current and future strategic national security environment. 
     

Who should attend

Current or emerging decision makers at all levels, or those responsible for constructing policy advice for decision makers.
 
PRESENTER(S)
Jane Halton AO PSM
Jane Halton AO PSM
COVID-19 Coordination Commission
Mark Crosweller AFSM
Mark Crosweller AFSM
Director
Ethical Intelligence
Rory Medcalf
Rory Medcalf
Professor
Head, National Security College

  Price (includes GST)
Price $0.00

RECORDING ONLY
Available:
8 May 2020

Duration:
60 mins

Expires:
18 June 2020


All delegates must be registered to be able to participate in training and to be eligible to receive qualifying hours