The PSM Tasmania Alumni was formed in 2009 to provide opportunities
for graduates of the PSM Program to continue their personal leadership
journey, and to maintain the valuable networks formed during
participation in the Program.
The focus of the Alumni is to provide regular occasions for networking,
information exchange and for building post-program leadership knowledge
and skills. More than 300 people have graduated from the PSM Program in
Tasmania since inception in 1992. This represents a significant
contribution to the management of the public sector across all three
levels of government in Tasmania, and the PSMP Local Leadership Group
believe it is important to provide opportunities to further the
positive impact of the PSM Program.
Your Alumni Committee are planning 2012 events and welcome any
Your Career Developing a reflective Practice 29 May 2012, Hobart & 30 May 2012,
This event was the first of our workshop events being offered to PSMP Alumni and aligned
with the Unit 3 topics (Managing In Ethics and Career) which was being held in Hobart
at the time. Katherine Street presented these two very successful workshops which
explored factors which may impair your career development and strategies to overcome
these. We were very pleased to hold an Alumni event in Launceston.
Leading is Bleeding A panel discussion
22 September 2012
A panel of expert members were questioned by a robust audience on their views
of the importance of public sector leaders engaging their staff to enable contentment
and work life balance during these challenging times. The discussion could have gone
well into the night!!
Intuition an untapped
workplace resource 26 May 2011
Dr Peter Long explored how to use intuition to best effect in the
Leadership to 2020 a discussion 29 July 2010
Members of the PSMP Alumni representing the three levels of government
spoke about the topic Leadership
to 2020 from a personal, organisational and Tasmanian perspective
in a panel discussion moderated by Tim Wootton.
Sustainable Futures Professor Ian Lowe, 9 November 2009.
Professor Ian Lowe explored the links between leadership and a
sustainable future, and shared experiences from his sustainable career.
Launceston Alumni Launch 22
Northern Alumni kicked off with an informal gathering to reminisce
with friends from their cohort and to meet others who have been through
the PSM experience.
Being THIN Mr Tim Wootton, 30 July 2009
Popular PSM facilitator Tim Wootton delivered a speech in which he
explored the challenges facing government, now and into the future, and
what Being thin in government might look like.
PSM Tasmania Alumni Launch Premier David
Bartlett, 13 May 2009
The Premier launched the Alumni at a function held at Parliament
House, where he shared his vision on leadership and the future for
Contacts - Alumni Committee
Events are coordinated by an Alumni committee. The committee
welcomes ideas for future events so please contact a member with any
John Furness - 6233 5706, John.Furness@development.tas.gov.au
Andrea Wilson - 6233 2481, Andrea.Wilson@treasury.tas.gov.au
Suzie Leonard - 6232 7032, Suzie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Frost - 6323 3162, email@example.com
Jacquie Leonard - 6323 3141, firstname.lastname@example.org
Shelley Foale - 6348 8722, email@example.com
Russell Judges - 6336 3715, Russell.Judges@police.tas.gov.au