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19 November 2019
Dame Diana Crossan will provide inspiration for her audience, telling some stories about leadership in action the mindset driving the outcomes, influencing strategies and overcoming barriers. She will focus on three significant examples to illustrate and guide public service professionals.
26 November 2019
The Well-being budget introduced by Grant Robertson is a new step for Central Government. However, at the Local Government level, thinking about well-being has been embedded for a long time
Mike Reid from Local Government New Zealand will talk about the challenges and opportunities for putting wellbeing frameworks into action at a local level.
12 November 2019
An enduring focus for IPANZ has always been the principles and values of the New Zealand public sector.
The current state sector legislation does not include a consolidated statement of principles. Five principles of public service departments can be found in legislation, but these principles are currently scattered through the SSA (s1A, s32, s33, s60), and other Acts (Official Information Act 1982, Privacy Act 1993, and Public Records Act 2005). The new bill proposes a statement that can act as a point of identification and unity for the New Zealand Public Service.
12 November 2019
This year’s IPANZ Public Administration Prize for top marks in a Public Management paper has been awarded to Miranda Smith. Miranda is in her fifth year of a conjoint Bachelor of Commerce and LLB (Hons) majoring in Public Policy at Victoria University of Wellington. She received top marks in the VUW School of Government’s Emerging Perspectives in Public Management paper.