|Election ’24 – Governing might get harder in a polarised world
with Craig Kenny, BBA (Loc.Gov), MBA, GAICD, OAM (Services to Community)
Be prepared for next year’s local government elections in an increasingly polarised political space.
The success of your local government hinges on a clear definition and understanding of the respective roles of the Council and the CEO and administration.
The 2020 Act devolved significant accountability to each Council to develop a governance approach supported by integrated planning and resourcing systems.
Explore two simple public value and decision frameworks that will help you curate the conditions for success and clarify your Council’s governing philosophy.
Find out what practical actions you need to consider in the lead up to election ’24.
Recommended for: Leaders and those aspiring to positions of leadership, those in roles interfacing with Council, and all governance staff.
Presented by: Craig Kenny, BBA, MBA, GAICD, OAM
Holding senior executive roles for over twenty years in complex and demanding local government environments, Craig’s commitment to good governance sees him foster the conditions required for councils to be successful. Craig has worked with both the MAV and LGPro to design and deliver training and development in strategic planning and decision making for councillors and senior officers. His analysis and writing provided the foundations for the implementation of the integrated strategic planning framework from the new Act.