The Public Sector Strategic Communications & Engagement conference will enable your organisation to engage new & existing stakeholders in timely, informative and creative communications.


Join sector experts and leading practitioners in this highly interactive two day event. With content and case studies relevant to carbon management professionals from a cross section of industries, the event will attract participants from tertiary education, local and state government, healthcare and businesses both large and small.


The Digital Records & Information Management conference will focus on overcoming the challenges in transitioning to digital records and information management and provide practical examples of how to meet the DC 2020 requirements.


The LGNSW Water Management Conference is an annual event, co-ordinated by local government for local government, providing a forum for discussion on urban water supply and sewerage as well as broader water management issues. In 2017 it is co-hosted by Dubbo Regional Council. Delegates will have the opportunity to find out about the latest water policy initiatives and trends, receive updates on emergent technical issues, benchmark, network and further their professional development and team building capabilities.


The recognition of cultural diversity playing an integral role in both an organisation and community’s success is at an all-time high. For Indigenous women, the opportunity to unleash their leadership capability and reach their career goals is greater than ever. The 6th Indigenous Women’s Leadership Summit 2017 is the leading platform for women to come together to share advice, key challenges and inspiring stories. This is a chance to hear from some of the country’s most accomplished Indigenous leaders. The two-day Summit will be a mix of case studies, expert commentaries and panel discussions designed to illustrate the challenges and opportunities commonly facing Indigenous women. This event is the ideal opportunity for Indigenous women to develop the necessary skills to position themselves for both career and community success.


The Australian Higher Education sector is undergoing vast and widereaching change, bringing new challenges but also fresh opportunities for aspiring professionals to step up into leadership. Despite these new directions, the shadow of this legacy institution is still apparent, with women still underrepresented at senior leadership levels. There is a need for existing and emerging leaders to up-skill, step up, making things happen for both themselves and the leaders of tomorrow. The 11th National Higher Education Women’s Leadership Summit 2017 is the leading event for leaders in the sector, and seeks to provide realistic tips and tricks for females wanting to reach their leadership potential.