Erma Ranieri Work With Purpose during COVID-19

Work with Purpose: A National Perspective with Commissioner Erma Ranieri

Erma Ranieri FIPAA, South Australia’s Commissioner for Public Sector Employment and IPAA SA President, joined IPAA ACT in the latest episode of their ‘Work with Purpose: A National Perspective’ podcast. In this interview Dr Gordon de Brouwer PSM FIPAA,...

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COVID-19 Mental Wellbeing Tips from Luke Broomhall

Forensic Psychologist, Luke Broomhall joins us in the latest instalment of the COVID-19 Wellbeing – Interview Series. Mr Broomhall shares his tips and advice for leaders, managers and team members on how they can look after their own mental...

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Researchers call for the design of HR practices that identify proactive and innovative talent

The work of a team of researchers from Edith Cowan University on innovative work behaviour in the public sector has been published in the March 2020 Issue of the Australian Journal of Public Administration. Successive Australian governments have placed...

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Strategies to cope with stress during the COVID-19 outbreak.

A normal reaction to a really abnormal situation… As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, including 24/7 news reports, travel restrictions, working from home, pending social isolation logistics and concerns for your own and your loved ones’ health, it is totally...

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How to support the mental health of your family through COVID-19

We know how important it is to care for the mental health of your team and colleagues during challenging times, however we cannot understate the importance of caring for the mental wellbeing of family members. With social isolation, families,...

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Bridging the gap between researchers and policy makers

A new initiative to bridge the gap between the research work of academics and the policy work of public servants was announced yesterday by ANZSOG Dean and CEO Ken Smith who said that public sector leaders needed access to...

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The three most read articles from the Australian Journal of Public Administration

The Australian Journal of Public Administration is the go-to resource for the latest research in public administration.  Over recent years the three most download articles from past editions of the journal were: John Phillimore’s 2013 article — Understanding Intergovernmental Relations:...

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Looking back at ‘Public Administration Today’

Public Administration Today (Today) was a quarterly publication for IPAA members, which served as a national communications medium for all IPAA members. It aimed to report IPAA activities, promote and celebrate achievements in Australian public sector management, disseminate information...

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Reflecting On ‘The Ethics Of Public Office’

As the Australian Government edges closer to releasing a bill for the establishment of a Commonwealth Integrity Commission, it seems timely to look back at what a former Governor-General — the Hon. Sir John Kerr KCMG KStJ QC —...

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Latest AJPA release: Academics ask ‘ is gender really on anyone’s agenda?’

The December 2019 issue of The Australian Journal of Public Administration published a ‘controversy’ written by Linda Colley (School of Business and Law, Central Queensland University) and Sue Williamson (School of Business, UNSW Canberra) called The Review of the APS: Is gender...

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