Innovation in Local Government

About the Presenter:  Keith Whelan

Keith presently works liaising with all sectors for the community both public and private sector, sourcing grants and funding.  Keith has consulted with Local, State and Federal Government as well as a number of not for profit organisations, charities, sporting clubs, environmental groups, businesses across Australia. He presently teaches Grant Writing Workshops at the University of Sydney & Australian National University, Canberra.

What previous clients have said:

 “This workshop made me sit up and think about what innovation really means to out LGA and how we should be more innovate”. – Wingecarribee Council

“Keith always delivers good workshops and this is as good, if not better than he has delivered in the past” –Holroyd City Council

“This workshop opened our eyes to innovation and it’s place in Local Government” – Auburn Council

Who should attend

‘Innovation’ is one of the most overused terms but least understood concepts. Imitation is pretty easy but without effective innovation you can guarantee one thing – your Local Government Authority will move forward. This is just as applicable for Local Government as it is for Corporate Australia. This workshop embraces change management and combats conservatism!

It has been identified that every entity has a group of unique individuals that have the potential to make that entity thrive. This workshop will show how your Local Government Authority can tap into such and use to best effect, realising the potential of LGA innovation.

This is an ideal workshop for Local Government Director’s and Manager’s who want innovativeness to be a mainstay of Local Government.