We invite Elected Members from across WA to attend the next complimentary IPR Peer Support Webinar where our guest will be Tony Brown from WALGA.
We will discuss the role of Elected Members in Integrated Planning and Reporting. Our Webinars are designed so that attendees set the agenda by submitting questions or suggestions which will form the basis for all discussion.
We recognise the important role that Elected Members play in setting strategic direction for their communities and encourage their participation and questions.
We ask that CEOs and/or IPR Practitioners forward this invitation onto their elected members and look forward to their involvement.
The Strategic Community Plan outlines community long term (10+ years) vision, values, aspirations and priorities, with reference to other local government plans, information and resourcing capabilities.
The Strategic Community Plan:
- Establishes the community's vision for the local government's future, including aspirations and service expectations
- Drives the development of local government area/place/regional plans, resourcing and other informing strategies, for example workforce, asset management and services, and
- Will ultimately be a driver for all other planning.
The integration of asset, service and financial plans means the local government's resource capabilities are matched to their community's needs.
During this Webinar we will discuss Strategic Community Planning, setting strategic priorities and monitoring and reporting performance.
New to IPR or experienced in the practice, we welcome your questions and experience sharing to enable a greater IPR collaboration across WA.
Rules of Engagement
Input is valued as long as it is respectful.
Humour is encouraged as long as it is good natured
For elected members, this session is complementary to WALGA's Integrated Strategic Planning training programs.
Tony Brown, Executive Manager Governance and Organisational Services, WALGA
Tony specialises in Governance and Board support, Regional Service Delivery, Strategic Planning and Corporate Services. His current role involves responsibility for Governance advice, Training, and Employee Relations for the Local Government sector.