Australian Style Manual
Annual report writing
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Principles of clear writing
Compelling briefs and correspondence
Effective stakeholder engagement
Powerful and persuasive presentations
Writing for government
Writing for the web
Introduction to regulation
Regulation, risk and harms
Best practice in governance and decision making
Policy design, development and delivery
Introduction to policy
Introduction to government
Introduction to cost-benefit analysis
Advanced policy skills
Policy implementation and evaluation
Economics for non-economists
Analytical and critical thinking for policies
Leadership and teams
Leadership and teams services
Planning day facilitation
Leadership and teams workshops
Leadership skills for new managers
Skills for middle management
Leadership skills for senior executives
Effective management conversations
Managing, mentoring and coaching
How to create a high-performing team
Ethos CRS TV
Panels we are on
Top tips—working from home for six weeks
After working from home for six weeks, we’ve all learnt so much. Here are the standouts:
Replace your commute to work with a start routine. Something that helps your brain engage with the challenge of another workday.
Resist the lure of the dark side. Prepare food and snacks before work so that you don’t have to go to the fridge all the time.
As a manager regularly check in to give tasks and assess progress.
List what you must do in order of importance.
Fresh air and open windows are awesome.
Exercise is awesome.
Not wearing heels or suits is awesome.
Pyjamas are less awesome.
Frisian onesies are never awesome.
Stay in touch. You should never walk alone.