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Lessons from Long-Service: IPAA SA members share their passion for purpose

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IPAA Announces Frances Adamson Oration to be Delivered on United Nations Public Service Day

The Institute of Public Administration (IPAA) is delighted to announce a new annual oration, created with the generous support of IPAA Partner, Boston Consulting Group, to be named after Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South...

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Bullying and Harassment – A special Work With Purpose Podcast

While the majority of public servants behave respectfully and civilly to their colleagues, employee surveys from across the country repeatedly show that bullying and harassment – behaviours that can weaken institutions, undermine productivity and innovation and poison workplace culture...

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Celebrating the Female Leaders Who Inspire Us – International Women’s Day 2022

This International Women’s Day, we reached out to our member community to learn about the ‘female leaders who inspire us’. International Women’s Day asks us to ‘Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination....

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How to set Realistic and Achievable Goals

Dream BIG and seize every opportunity. Have you thought about your career goals for this year and beyond and how you will take advantage of every opportunity? Studies from Harvard Business School have shown that people who set goals...

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IPAA National Strategic Plan 2021 – 2025

The Institute for Public Administration Australia (IPAA) has released its National Strategic Plan 2021-2025. Developed by IPAA’s National Council in consultation with IPAA’s eight Divisions, and designed by IPAA SA’s very own Marketing and Membership Coordinator, Kathryn Oosthuizen. The...

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Caroline Mealor and Ruth Ambler announced as IPAA SA Fellows

At the 2021 IPAA National Conference held in Brisbane this week, Dr Gordon De Brouwer PSM FIPAA announced the 2021 National Fellows to be recognised by the institute. This year not one, but two, South Australian Members were recognised...

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