Balance: Leading for Inclusion

Balance: Leading for Inclusion

Balance: Leading for Inclusion enhances the skills and knowledge of women in public safety, enabling their influence and responsibility to support better organisational performance.

Balance: Leading for Inclusion offers a mosaic of development approaches including personal, organisational, peer based, facilitated conversations, online learning and mentor support. One of the key ingredients to the ongoing success of Balance is its' exploration of effective leadership, not from textbooks, but through the contemporary experience of others, including the deep support of the alumni including participants, mentors, sponsors and facilitators.

Since 2015, Balance has moved from a program to a multi-agency collective learning community in which the voices of effective inclusive leadership are nurtured and supported.

Who should attend?

Women leaders in public safety organisations who want to increase their capabilities for effective leadership.

Participant Journey Map

The Balance program has received several honours, including the awards; ‘Excellence in Law Enforcement for Women Initiative 2017’ from the Australasian Council of Women and Policing Award’s and the Silver award at the Queensland Police Commissioner’s awards; and as finalists for the ‘Dame Quentin Bryce Award for Gender Equity in the Workplace’ from the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and the Performance award from the Queensland Premier’s Award for Excellence, in 2016.

Duration

Two residential workshops (4 days/3 days)
Three months of workplace development support

Location

AIPM, Manly, NSW
Regional locations upon request

More information

e: collaboration@aipm.gov.au
t: +61 2 9934 4800