Why join Talent News?

Written for Talent participants by Talent participants, the newsletter was formed to create a greater level of communication across Entry Level Talent Programs. It’s one of the many ways that the ELTP team broadcasts what's going on in their space and what Talent participants need to know.

Talent News is so much more than just a newsletter. It’s an opportunity for Talent participants to get together, network and build on their skill set. It provides participants with a safe space to practice skills like chairing meetings and project management. The roles are rotated monthly, so everyone gets the experience of being a Chairperson, Editor, Writer or Designer. The roles provide a gateway to advance through the NSW Public Sector Capability Framework in ways you might not be able to in your current placement. You’ll gain capabilities directly aligning to managing self, communicating effectively, working collaboratively and delivering results.

Most importantly, Talent News provides the opportunity to be part of something bigger than a working group. It has provided participants with the platform to build strong bonds and relationships with the ELTP team on a whole, and on a personal level. Participants are encouraged to get out and about to meet interesting people from across the Transport cluster to develop ideas and content.

Henry Lenaghan, an Engineering Graduate shared: “I joined the Talent Newsletter to improve my communications skills and foster my ability to write clearly and concisely, what I didn’t expect when I joined was the opportunity to become part of a friendly and very driven close-knit network of talent participants!”

Jenny Gu, a Marketing Cadet shared “In Talent News, I’m able to practice skills with peers at a similar level, which is less intimidating than doing it for the first time with executives/higher managers. I really enjoy discussing the strategic side of the newsletter; it’s a completely different side of what I normally do at work, which is really good for expanding my skillset.”

Talent News is totally what you make of it. The world is at your feet and all ideas are respected and listened to. Be in control of developing your skills and building professional relationships.

If you’re interested in joining Talent News or learning more send an email to TalentNews@transport.nsw.gov.au


Written for Talent participants by Talent participants, the newsletter was formed to create a greater level of communication across Entry Level Talent Programs. It’s one of the many ways that the ELTP team broadcasts what's going on in their space and what Talent participants need to know.

Talent News is so much more than just a newsletter. It’s an opportunity for Talent participants to get together, network and build on their skill set. It provides participants with a safe space to practice skills like chairing meetings and project management. The roles are rotated monthly, so everyone gets the experience of being a Chairperson, Editor, Writer or Designer. The roles provide a gateway to advance through the NSW Public Sector Capability Framework in ways you might not be able to in your current placement. You’ll gain capabilities directly aligning to managing self, communicating effectively, working collaboratively and delivering results.

Most importantly, Talent News provides the opportunity to be part of something bigger than a working group. It has provided participants with the platform to build strong bonds and relationships with the ELTP team on a whole, and on a personal level. Participants are encouraged to get out and about to meet interesting people from across the Transport cluster to develop ideas and content.

Henry Lenaghan, an Engineering Graduate shared: “I joined the Talent Newsletter to improve my communications skills and foster my ability to write clearly and concisely, what I didn’t expect when I joined was the opportunity to become part of a friendly and very driven close-knit network of talent participants!”

Jenny Gu, a Marketing Cadet shared “In Talent News, I’m able to practice skills with peers at a similar level, which is less intimidating than doing it for the first time with executives/higher managers. I really enjoy discussing the strategic side of the newsletter; it’s a completely different side of what I normally do at work, which is really good for expanding my skillset.”

Talent News is totally what you make of it. The world is at your feet and all ideas are respected and listened to. Be in control of developing your skills and building professional relationships.

If you’re interested in joining Talent News or learning more send an email to TalentNews@transport.nsw.gov.au


Page published: 30 July 2019, 09:00