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28 November 2022
The way government engages with Māori is changing. Future engagement is going to be different from what we have traditionally seen/experienced. The establishment of Te Arawhiti – The Office for Māori Crown Relations, demonstrates the governments’ commitment to build strong, ongoing and effective relationships with Māori across all of government. Engagement will go beyond consultation to true partnership.
This two-day workshop is designed to help public servants gain a greater understanding of Te Ao Māori (Māori world view), Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and provides practical tools and techniques for effectively engaging with Māori.
06 December 2022
Everyone can use a little extra help when it comes to reaching their money goals. Westpac’s Managing Your Money programme joins us to offer their engaging, practical and interactive financial wellbeing programme to help you feel more confident when it comes to making decisions about your money. You are invited to join the Westpac Managing Your Money team for their December series with topics building to their final webinar about the housing market update where they will have Nick Goodall – Head of Research at CoreLogic giving his view on what happened in 2022 and a look at what might happen for 2023.
22 September 2022
Does New Zealand’s central government live up to its stated principles? How good is your experience at work as a public employee in NZ? BusinessDesk and IPANZ are teaming up to conduct the ‘Working in the Public Service’ survey, to better understand working in NZ’s central government today.
07 September 2022
Apologies. I have been reflecting recently on what it means to apologise as a public servant leader. Apologising for things that happen under your watch has always seemed very straight forward to me. As the leader of an organisation, you take the good with the bad. If you are prepared to take credit for the fantastic things your organisation delivers day in and day out under your leadership but without your direct involvement, you must also be prepared to own the mistakes, which again you may have had no direct involvement in. Own it, fix it, learn from it. Sometimes owning it, being accountable, means stepping away and allowing the organisation to fix and learn under a new leader.