In the Work with Purpose podcast’s first instalment of 2023 the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) ACT division interviewed neurodiversity thought leaders Lee Steel, Robin Edmonds, and Andrew Pfeiffer tell the story of an imaginary future set in 2028, when Australia’s public sector has created inclusive and diverse work environments. They also give some tangible tips on how to make workplaces more accessible right now.
Leading as a woman in the public sector
Summarising the Insitute of Public Administration (IPAA) WA division’s Women in Public Sector Leadership conference, Michelle Bye, procurement, event, and project professional talks about the importance of self-regulation, building a support network, and much more.
Public sector leaders on the opportunities created by post-election change
Our Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) NSW division spoke with two public sector leaders, Mark Webb, IPAA NSW President and Chief Executive, Department of Parliamentary Services, Parliament of NSW and Tracey Taylor, Chief People Officer and Deputy Secretary of Corporate Services, Transport for NSW about managing and leveraging change during the post-election period.
Unpacking royal commissions, public inquiries and reviews
The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Queensland division summarises the main points from their most recent Mastercraft Series with Dr Scott Prasser, public policy consultant and commentator, on studying the past and present of commissions, inquiries and reviews in Australia.
How can you apply neuroleadership to manage others?
Neuroleadership can make you a better leader, and help you and your team achieve your goals. The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) South Australia division shares the basics of neuroleadership – what it is, why it matters, and how to apply its principles.
Overcoming imposter syndrome
If you’ve ever felt like a fraud, you’re not alone. The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Victoria division shares insights from a recent webinar on how to demystify and create space for discussing imposter syndrome.