Peter Thompson facilitates and is MC at high level conferences.
In 2017 – these include:
- Q and A session for Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways Network, ‘Alcohol and drugs in the Ice Age – and its impact on separated Families’. March 2017.
- ‘Brave Conversations: We need to talk’.
- Democracy & politics
- Privacy & individual liberty
- New economics
- Technology leadership & ethics
University House, Canberra. April 2017. Supported by Intersticia. Web Science Australia, Webscience Trust, University of Southampton,
In 2016 – these included:
- Q and A session for Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways Network, “Family Violence and Trauma: the impact on families”. March 2016.
- PEW Charitable Trusts, “Creating a modern outback: A forum on the future of Australia’s heartland”. Parliament House, Canberra. March 2016.
- Australian Government Leadership Network, annual conferences in Sydney and Perth.
In 2015 – these included:
- Wentworth Chambers – strategic forum, March 2015.
- Bayer Leadership Summit Series: April, May 2015.
- David Thomas Foundation, PEW Charitable Trusts and Australian Marine Conservation Society – Global Fisheries Sustainability by Dr Daniel Pauly (Uni of British Columbia). Sydney. 21st May 2015.
- Australian International Education Conference – Q and A session. Adelaide. 7th October 2015.
- Australian Government Leadership Network Annual Conferences, 2015: 4th September – Sydney; 24th September – Hobart; 29th October – Melbourne; 19th November – Perth.
In 2014 – these included:
- G-20 – Global Partnership on Financial Inclusion. Facilitator/Moderator of two day forum. Hobart. May 2014. Jane Rowe acts as additional facilitator.
- G-20 – Forum on UN Millennium Goals Review. Hobart. May 2015.
- International Leadership Development Program. Partnership of Australian School of Business, The Wharton School (USA) and INSEAD Business School (France). MC of opening ceremony for this inaugural event. January 2014. Centre for Leadership is an official sponsor of the event.
- University of New England. Summer Retreat. Facilitator, Presenter and MC. A deeper conversation about change. Armidale, February 2014.
- Urban Development Institute of Australia. National Conference. Brisbane. March 2014.
- Positive Schools Conferences. Brisbane. Fremantle. Melbourne. Sydney. May-June 2014.
- Australian Government Leadership Network conferences in Perth, Brisbane, Hobart, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide. July-November 2014.
- Australian Public Service Commission, “Working together to close the gap”. An event for APS Graduates. Canberra, August 2014.
In 2013 – these included:
- NSW Government Roundtable on Compulsory Third Party Insurance. Parliament House. Sydney. July 2013.
- Australian Government Leadership Network conferences in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Hobart. July-November 2013.
- Institute of Public Administration, National Conference, Canberra, November 2013.
- St John’s Ambulance conference, Perth, August 2013.
- Future Leaders Forum. Sydney, November 2013.
In 2012 – these included:
- UN High Level Conference on sustainable development aid. Brisbane.
- Australian Securities and Investments Commission Summer School. Sydney.
- Institute of Public Administration (NSW) conference. Sydney.
- Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association. Biennial conference.
- Australian Government Leadership Network conferences. Sydney, Adelaide, Hobart.
- GE At Work conference [with participation by GE World Chairman – Jeff Immelt]. “The Future of Gas.” Sydney.
- Institute of Public Administration. International Congress. Melbourne.
- Future Leaders Forum. Sydney.
- Australian Human Resources Institute. HRIZON 14th World HR Congress. Melbourne.
Peter teaches and presents on the themes of leadership and communication as a Fellow of the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG). In recent times:
- Razak School of Government, Kuala Lumpur. October 2015 and 2016.
- India Advanced Leadership Program. Themes: How Leaders Communicate and Behavioural change. February 2014.
- Communicating with Influence. New program. 7th and 8th September 2015. Canberra.
- Managing Public Communication. Course leader: 2 day seminar.
- Executive Fellows Program. Themes: Political change, risk communication and behavioural change. Also, created a Hypothetical keynote on co-creation, co-production and e-government. Peter has presented multi-sessions at this ANZSOG executive program annually since 2005.
- Managing Regulation, Enforcement and Compliance Program. Theme: crisis and risk communication
- Policy design and delivery. Influencing public behaviour. Theme: behavioural change
- ANZSOG/State Services Commission NZ. Theme: Government, Communication and social media.
- Leadership Development Centre NZ. And – University of Sydney’s Graduate School of Government: Theme: How Leaders Communicate
- China Advanced Leadership Program. Themes: “The News Makers” and “Remaking the media in the digital world.”
- India Advanced Leadership Program. Theme: How Leaders Communicate
Other presentations include:
- Shell. Downstream Australia Leadership Forum. Melbourne. Theme: How Leaders Communicate. July 2013.
- NSW Police Force. Strategic Leadership Program. Latest in three year series: May 2014.
- Australian Corporate Lawyers Association. Canberra. 2012.
- Tasmanian Local Government Association. 100th Annual Conference. 2012.
- Department of Climate Change, Canberra. Theme: How Leaders Communicate. 2013.
Peter Thompson and Jane Rowe create and present Hypotheticals as keynote events. In recent years:
- King & Wood Mallesons. Sydney. 2017 and 2016.
- Everything Infrastructure. Hypothetical, Hunter Valley, November 2014.
- Everything Infrastructure. “The Missing Link”. Terrigal. November 2013.
- Murray Goulburn Cooperative. “Going for Growth”. May 2013.
- Ashurst / GHD. “Warragamba: Full of Dam Myths”. Sydney.
- Energy Networks 2012 Conference. “Building for the Hypothetical Future”. Brisbane.
- Australian Human Resources Institute. At HRIZON 14th World Congress. “Mining for Talent”. Melbourne.
- ANZSOG Executive Fellows Program. “Green Shoots: Co-creation, Co-production and E-Government”. Sydney.