IPANZ NEW PROFESSIONALS
Find out more >
27 October 2021
New Zealanders are experiencing an overload of complex information and, more than ever, mis-information too. As public servants, whether in policy or other roles, how do we communicate and engage effectively with the people we are serving? If we understand much better how people process information, we can support them better, and improve our own decision-making.
03 November 2021
There is great pressure on the public service, and every public servant, to continually step up to deliver digital services that are modern, efficient, safe and secure. It means doing things differently using new mindsets, skills and data, as well as technologies. IPANZ is delighted to offer all our members insights into digital leadership and transformation from a very capable panel, with internal and external, strategic and operational perspectives. This Panel will open your eyes to the opportunities and challenges at every level of the public service.
06 September 2021
Kāore te kūmara e kōrero mō tōna ake reka The kumara does not speak of its own sweetness He aha te kai a te rangatira? He kōrero, he kōrero, he kōrero. What is the food of the leader? It is knowledge, it is communication. On 12 November 2021, IPANZ will be holding its annual conference. The focus of the conference is on the key challenges facing the public service, both current and future. It is a conference designed to provide public service professionals with the opportunity to pause, listen, reflect, and learn together.
13 July 2021
Do you know someone deserving of the inaugural NZIER Early Career Economics Leader award? Someone, you see as a rising star in their field?Nominations for the inaugural NZIER Early Career Economics Leader award are now open.