Member Mentoring with Graeme Gammie - CEO of Landgate

Personal Members Only

Across all three levels of government and the community sector there exists a tremendous amount of knowledge and wisdom that we now make available to you through an informal small group mentoring session.

Mentoring is an effective process for the transfer of professional skills and benefits mentees through support for skills and knowledge development It is designed to provide an additional layer of career and professional development.

By attending mentees will:

  • Develop personal skills and self-confidence.
  • Gain a broader understanding of the public sector and the role of IPAA
  • Develop relationships with more senior colleagues to explore career and professional pathways in a supportive, informal environment. 

Topics you may wish to discuss at the session include:

  • Leadership styles and attributes
  • Networks: building, sustaining etc.
  • Personal presentation and communication skills ( e.g. resumes, interviews, public speaking)
  • Working with others in teams: as a member; as a leader
  • Managing performance (your own and others)

It is important to understand that mentoring is one component of a professional development plan. It is focused on career and professional development conversations. It complements skill development training and is not a substitute for emotional support systems such as counselling.

The group mentoring concept will see well credentialed IPAA members and leaders invited to engage with eight IPAA members over a light meal to provide advice and insight as to fulfilling your potential.


Graeme Gammie
Chief Executive

Graeme Gammie has solid experience in the public and private sector. His background is in strategy, finance and human resources coupled with practical heritage experience. He has a solid understanding of contemporary governance and a very strong level of accountability.

Mr Gammie was head of the then Office of Heritage in 2009, a branch of the Department of Housing and later the Department of Local Government and Communities, where he oversaw major governance and operational changes within the organisation, leading to the Government's decision to elevate it to a standalone State Government department. He was also executive manager of Fremantle Prison where he created a new vision for the development and sustainability of the World Heritage listed site, establishing it as a premier heritage tourism attraction.

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