Trust, integrity, and pride continue to be core issues across Australia’s public services. Recent findings of the Royal Commission into Robodebt have had a tremendous impact on the lives of many Australians and have shaken those who are committed to the public good and public service. In all jurisdictions, strengthening the integrity of our institutions is a hot topic.
Looking to support the public service in addressing complex issues whilst creating space for public servants to feel pride in their work, IPAA is hosting the IPAA National Summit: Pride in Purpose.
Join us for this online panel discussion to listen to federal and state/territory public sector leaders and experts to unpack how to:
- strengthen and rebuild integrity
- reinforce trust in public services in Australia
- celebrate pride in public service work.
- Professor Secretary Glyn Davis AC, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,
- Belinda Drew, Deputy Director-General, Communities, Department of Treaty, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Communities and the Arts,
- Elizabeth Tydd, Information Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission NSW,
- Brigid Monagle, Commissioner, Victorian Public Sector Commission,
- Mark Webb FIPAA, Chief Executive, of the NSW Department of Parliamentary Services and President of IPAA NSW
This event is delivered by IPAA National in collaboration with IPAA divisions.
Stewardship and leadership in the public sector
Hear leaders across Australia discuss what stewardship means to them and how community is at the core of their leadership.
Integrity and pride in the public sector
Why the community can trust the public sector
Watch leaders explain how the communities they serve are at the heart of their passion to benefit those they serve.