Our leadership team is involved with a number of the presentations, workshops and forums on offer 14-18 August.

If you work with or within the broader Victorian public sector and are keen to further your knowledge, meet interesting and influential people, and uncover new opportunities, PSW2017 is for you.

From 14-18 August, PSW2017 has a program of more than 30 events offering a diverse range of dynamic debates, thought-provoking presentations, workshops and forums. All aimed at building the capacity, integrity and reputation of the public sector in Victoria.

This aligns perfectly with the objectives of VPSC and our leadership team is involved with a number of the presentations, workshops and forums on offer. Specifically,

  • Elizabeth Langdon, our recently appointed A/Commissioner, is presenting at the “Integrity in Victoria: Victims, Villians or Virtuous?” session on Tuesday morning.
  • Executive Director of Leadership and Workforce, Linda Holmes is a panellist at Thursday afternoon’s Community of Practice event, “Future of the Public Sector: Are you ready for it?” representating the work done by the Victorian Leadership Academy.
  • Our Aboriginal Employment Unit is positioned to speak with authority on the Thought Leadership topics around Aboriginal employment and the public sector, with our newly launched strategy, Barring Djinang. You can catch up with them in the Regional presentations.

We encourage all public sector agencies and employees to get involved with PSW2017.

Check out the events on offer at the PSW2017 site