Artificial Intelligence and Robotics are two significant areas that we are seeing dramatic advancements in and which will continue as we move more into the next economy.
IPAA Queensland asked several senior executives in public purpose about their view on mentors and mentoring.
On the 8th August 2019, Robert Setter, IPAA Queensland President took to the stage to present his opening address at the Annual Forum: ‘Delivering Public Purpose Work in the Next Economy’.
At the 2018 Irene Longman Oration, Professor Fine presented in great detail why there needs to be a change in the dialogue and action around diversity and inclusion.
“When I was first elected the men thought I would not be able to stand the strain and when a long night sitting was ahead, advised me not to see it out.
The elusive hunt in balancing our lives at work and at home – we do our best.
Without a doubt there are days where the alarm goes off and it is hard to get out of bed.
For those of you who may be new to public administration and public purpose, you may be wondering who and what IPAA is.
On the 8th August 2019, IPAA Queensland’s was delighted to host the 2019 Annual Forum.
Having a culture that engages, motivates and encourages all employees is an important objective for most workplaces.