How can you apply Neuroleadership to manage others?

What is Neuroleadership?  Neuroleadership draws its name from the idea of applying neuroscience principles to the field of leadership. Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary field that links psychology and neurochemistry to understand the intrinsic links between biological processes occurring in the nervous system...

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Dispelling the Mystery around ICAC

“The test of people’s integrity comes, not through their successes, but when we are presented with failure, or challenge, or temptation.” Commissioner Ann Vanstone QC joined IPAA SA in her first address to the broader public sector, in her...

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Unpacking the Uluru Statement from the Heart

IPAA South Australia, in partnership with the Government of South Australia, hosted an event in late 2020 to unpack the Uluru Statement from the Heart . The event began with a Welcome to Country from Robert Taylor representing three...

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Tips for Coping with Stress and Preventing Burnout

“There is still uncertainty, but there’s reason to be hopeful, and there are things that are within our control as a community and individuals and steps we can take.” – John Brayley   SA Chief Psychiatrist, Dr John Brayley,...

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Three Researchers Reflect on their Work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

As a contribution to the celebration of history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples that is NAIDOC Week 2020, Wiley recently interviewed a number of researchers to see what led them to work with Aboriginal...

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10 things you can do to reach your career goals

10 Things You Can Do to Reach Your Career Goals in 2021… 

It’s nearly time to say goodbye to 2020 (insert sigh of relief here) and with a new year on the horizon, now is the perfect time to start thinking about pursuing career goals that you may have been forced to...

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working from home and its benefits

Working from Home an ‘Overwhelmingly Positive Experience’ for APS Employees According to New Research

A new research report has found that the working from home experience of Australian Public Service (APS) employees, compelled by the COVID019 pandemic, has been overwhelmingly positive, realising benefits and dispelling some long-held concerns. The recently published ‘Working during...

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lessons on leadership during COVID-19

Leadership During a Crisis and Beyond – What we have learned from leaders who joined us Virtually on the Couch during the pandemic.

“My hope is that we have a new way of working in the future, and be able to adapt” – Commissioner for Public Sector Employment, IPAA SA President, Erma Ranieri FIPAA The word “unprecedented” has been thrown around a...

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Environmental opportunities from COVID-19

The Environmental Opportunities of COVID-19 – What should we be thinking about right now?

If there was one positive to take from the impact of COVID-19, it was the marked decrease in emissions and pollution, as industry around the world ground to a halt. However, as these industries ramp back up into production...

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foundations for administrators

Foundations for Administrators

Where do you start in giving yourself an essential set of skills and capabilities that will provide the foundation for your public sector career?  There can seem like so much to learn, and even after you find your footing,...

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