The Queensland Treasury Strategic Workforce Plan 2022-26 outlines how we are equipping our workforce for the future to deliver our strategic purpose: to drive government priorities through our expert advice and services. It aligns with our strategic plan and whole-of-government workforce objectives including the 10-year human capital outlook.
To achieve our objectives, Treasury’s workforce plan has four areas of focus.
|Talent acquisition||Talent shortages, changing workforce expectations, and the rise of technologies means we need to lift our talent attraction and retention strategies|
|Leadership and capability||Grow and develop management, leadership, data and digital capabilities – embrace modern approaches to learning – develop frameworks for the management of leadership pipelines – embed training needs analysis to drive learning and development strategies|
|New ways of working||To be effective in an increasingly complex and connected world we need to act differently, embrace flexibility and operate in more agile, collaborative ways, and recognise that relationships are a key to success|
|Culture||Technological change, along with shifting expectations of customers, community and employees requires a culture that supports and rewards our people to – foster inclusiveness, harness diversity, and enhance wellbeing for greater innovation and performance|