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IPAA Northern Territory recently hosted the 2022 Hawkes Oration, “Indigenous co-design: opportunities, challenges and risks”, which was delivered by Professor Ruth Wallace, Dean of the College of Indigenous Futures, Education & the Arts and Director of the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University.
The Hawkes Oration is named after and honours long-serving IPAA NT President, David Hawkes, who made a significant contribution to the work of the IPAA NT, and also played a major role in the development of public administration in the Territory.
IPAA is delighted to announce Professor Renée Leon PSM FIPAA, Vice-Chancellor and President of Charles Sturt University has taken on the role of IPAA National President effective 1 July 2022. Her expertise in leadership, extensive experience in Commonwealth and State public administration and ongoing commitment to IPAA positions her to assume this important role.
On Thursday 23 June 2022, IPAA hosted the inaugural Frances Adamson Oration, to mark United Nations Public Service Day. The Oration, supported by Boston Consulting Group, was delivered by Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia, who reflected on and celebrated the critical role played by the public service and the institutional and individual integrity, resilience, and challenges in the service.
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A Conversation with Her Excellency, the Honourable Frances Adamson AC
Her Excellency, the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, is a proud sixth-generation South Australian – her mother, the Honourable Jennifer Cashmore AM, was a South Australian parliamentarian.
In her previous role, Her Excellency was head of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, pursuing Australia’s interests as world powers shifted and the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. She also led the department through a period of cultural change, encouraging more women into senior ranks.
Her Excellency served as the ACT Division of the Institute of Public Administration President from 2017 to 2019.
20 September 2022
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Adelaide Convention Centre
Executive Leadership Series for People and Culture Professionals, Session one: The Employee Value Proposition Reimagined
Together in collaboration, IPAA SA and PwC warmly invite you to join the Executive Leadership Series for People and Culture Professionals, Session one: The Employee Value Proposition Reimagined, presented by Kathryn Ranieri, Consulting Director at PwC, exploring why a strong Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is no longer just a nice to have.
26 September 2022
9:30AM - 11:00AM
2022 NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Join us for three days of debate and conversation on Australia’s place and future in an everchanging world
at the IPAA National Conference at QT Canberra.12-14 October 2022
QT Canberra and online
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A new report produced by the University of Canberra’s News and Media Research Centre has found that only half of Australians feel attached to their local community.
‘Listen first, talk later’: respectful engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Ray Griggs AO CSC and Letitia Hope from the National Indigenous Australians Agency, were joined by Justine O’Brien SCMP, IABC Canberra President, and contentgroup Founder and CEO, David Pembroke, for a recent Work With Purpose podcast on authentic and effective communications with Indigenous Australians.
Atlassian’s resident Work Futurist, Dominic Price, recently gave a fascinating interview involving Megan Aponte-Payne and Isabelle Franklin — two of IPAA ACT’s Future Leaders Committee Members — for the WORK WITH PURPOSE podcast.
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