Government decision-making, policies and politics is constantly changing, and this creates uncertainty. Whether it be the upcoming Federal election and potential change of government, or new regulations extending compliance goalposts, the risks posed by government impact every organisation. This workshop is designed to give you insight into how you can manage this uncertainty created from government, including decisions that can have a reputational, regulatory, operational or political impact.
Who should attend?
Whether you are working in the private sector or public sector, this workshop will bring you up to speed in understanding the impacts of changing government decisions, policies and politics, and how this can affect your organisation.
- Developing an understanding of how government decision making is creating uncertainty to your organisation through the lens of political, regulatory, compliance, operational, reputational and opportunity risk.
- Understanding how to identify risks with respect to government decision making in the external environment of your organisation
- Identify opportunities within your role to support your organisation in undertaking government engagement activities by recognising risks and opportunities in the external environment to managing relationships across government.
These workshops are held at our offices in the CBD with attendees from diverse backgrounds. This provides opportunities to share a broad range of experiences, ask questions and contribute discussion with peers.
- 2-hour workshop session
- Session notes and two-week personal follow up with feedback of workshop activities
- Morning tea