Registrations for the 2022 JLT Australasian Management Challenge are now open. Does your team have what it takes to continue New Zealand’s strong history in the event and represent Aotearoa in the final next year?
- 11 Apr 2022-12 Apr 2022
- 7:00 AM-5:00 PM
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- Te Papa Tongarewa, 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
About this event
The Australasian Management Challenge has been the forefront of professional development in local government in Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia for more than 25 years.
The Management Challenge is a simulation-based team building, learning, and networking programme using real local government themes.
Some challenge tasks require written responses, some take the form of role play or presentations and the teams are scored on observations of how well they display energy, synergy, effectiveness, and creative thinking.
The Management Challenge helps participants to develop key skills such as leadership, analytics, communication, negotiation, decision-making and presentation skills.
Key 2022 Challenge Dates:
• Registrations open 6 December 2021
• Early bird registrations close on 22 January 2022
• Registrations close 12 February 2022
• Pre-Challenge Task released 17 February 2022
• Pre-Challenge Task due 31 March 2022
• New Zealand leg of the Australasian Management Challenge 11 – 12 April 2022
• Australasian Final run August 2022
Registration for the 2022 Challenge is now open, register your 2022 team here. On confirmation of your entry, an invoice will be issued, and all the information you need to get started will be provided. Please note that teams will be billed by Local Government Professionals Australia and will be billed in Australian Dollars.
The best performing team in New Zealand will go on to compete in the Australasian final which will be held in conjunction with the Local Government Professionals Australia National Congress 2022 in Australia. By registering for the Challenge, you are committing to all costs associated with sending your challenge team to the finals in Australia if they are successful.