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How can you apply Neuroleadership to manage others?

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#InThisTogether – Mental health and connection in a challenging time

The Australian Mental Health Commission has launched a new initiative in response to the COVID-19 situation, as Australians are impacted by this challenging and unprecedented time. The #InThisTogether initiative is a national conversation that will help you access and...

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“We’re all in this together” – Commissioner Ranieri’s insights on the current COVID-19 Workforce Considerations

Last week IPAA SA President and Commissioner for Public Sector Employment, Erma Ranieri, was the first guest for On the Couch – our first virtual instalment in this series. PwC Partner, Marcus Catchpole led the discussion on current advice to...

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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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Is paradoxical leadership the competency we need now, more than ever?

A group of New Zealand researchers have examined how paradoxical leadership contributes to public administration employee resilience. Dr Esme Franken and Dr Geoff Plimmer from the Victoria University of Wellington, and Associate Professor Sanna Malinen from the University of...

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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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