New Speaker Announced for the 2021 IPAA National Conference

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Grants Awarded for New Public Administration Research

The Institute of Public Administration Australia is pleased to announce that funding has been awarded to three new public administration research projects. The grants from the Public Administration Research Trust Fund — which IPAA manages in partnership with the...

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Understanding Emotional Intelligence (EQ/EI)

The term ‘Emotional Intelligence’ entered our management vocabulary in the late 90s and is now part of the vernacular in most workplaces. Despite this 20 year ‘history’, there is still much debate about what it is…and isn’t. Emotional Intelligence...

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Neuroleadership – A scientific approach to making organisations better for humans

Dr David Rock from the NeuroLeadership Institute is set to deliver a keynote address at the 2021 IPAA National Conference this October. Neuroleadership has come into the spotlight in recent years, with Dr Rock, in fact, coining the term...

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Climate Change: Risks, Liabilities and Remedies

In April 2021 IPAA SA were thrilled to be supporting the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) in the delivery of the 2021 EPA Board Summit on the topic of ‘Climate Change: Risks, Liabilities and Remedies’. This online event was co-hosted...

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Jeanette Taylor

Sam Richardson Award Winner Announced

Associate Professor Jeanette Taylor from the University of Western Australia wins Sam Richardson Award The Institute of Public Administration Australia is pleased to announce that the 2020 Sam Richardson Award — for the most influential paper published in the Australian...

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advice for leaders from Nick Reade

Advice for Leaders from Nick Reade

Chief Executive of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Nick Reade joined us for an insightful conversation to share his focus and agenda, as well as some leadership lessons and advice for emerging and current leaders in the...

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