Events

2016 IPAA NT Scholarships

IPAA NT Division and the NT Commissioner for Public Employment are offering THREE scholarships, one for each of the following categories: Open, Young Professionals and Indigenous. The scholarship includes attendance to the IPAA 2016 National Conference in Adelaide. APPLY NOW! Applications close 8 September 2016, so be quick.  Spread the word – send out the […]

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Stakeholder Engagement for Change Agents

PAUL PORTEOUS “Stakeholder Engagement for Change Agents“ In partnership with ANZSOG, IPAA NT invites our members and public sector leaders to hear from world-class leadership practitioner, Paul Porteous, presenting Stakeholder Engagement for Change Agents. Paul’s extensive leadership experience working world wide as a senior diplomat, international lawyer and consultant and Fellow at Harvard’s Centre for Public […]

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2015 Hawkes Oration: Simon Maddocks

“CDU Working with NTG to Develop the North“ Australian Government has recently released the first ever White Paper on Developing Northern Australia. The White Paper is a vision to unlock the great potential and opportunities of the north. The Northern Territory is front and centre in the plans for developing the North and the Northern […]

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Building Policy Capacity

“Tools and Skills for Policy Practitioners” Expert facilitators, Peter Bridgman and Nonie Malone, are conducting a 2 day workshop of interactive learning suitable for practitioners at all levels in State, Federal and Local Governments, Non-Government Bodies and Universities. Learn from experts with years of policy experience at all levels. • Develop new policy skills and build on your […]

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Governance in Government: Adjusting to Changing Expectations

Thursday 7th May 2015: Given the recent changes to the NTG ICT Governance Framework, it is timely to reflect on ICT Governance within the NT Public Sector. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out more about John Kost and what he has to say about ICT Governance, particularly what makes good ICT Governance. John Kost […]

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Looking Back, Looking Forward

STEVE SEDGWICK “Reflections of a Chief Executive/Challenges for a 21st Century Public Service” Steve Sedgwick initially trained as an economist and was educated at the University of Sydney and London School of Economics. His first involvement with the public sector was in 1985 when he was appointed Senior Economic Advisor to Prime Minister Bob Hawke. […]

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2014 Hawkes Oration – Annabel Crabb

The Missing Link: Future Steps Towards Gender Equality Feminism has brought about a huge wave of change in the way women live their lives, in both public and private sector. But men’s lives have changed much less. Annabel Crabb, author of The Wife Drought, explains how modern workplaces short-change men, and drive women to distraction. […]

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SHIFT HAPPENS!

Design Thinking and Disruptive Innovation with Jamie Pride Location: Territory Conference Room, Ground floor Development House, 76 The Esplanade, Darwin Time: 9:45am Wednesday, 8 October 2014 – to be seated by 10am Technology alone can no longer be solely relied upon for competitive advantage. Developing customer empathy, using human centred design techniques and having a […]

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The NTPS – Challenges and Opportunities

The NT Commissioner of Public Employment, Mr Craig Allen, will be providing an engaging breakfast where he will speak on the challenges and opportunities that face NT public servants. Craig comes to the Northern Territory Public Service after holding a range of senior management positions for more than 20 years with a government career spanning more than […]

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CDU Contribution to Asian Engagement

Professor Simon Maddocks is a passionate advocate for the importance of education in assisting people to capitalise on their inherent potential, and for the key contribution that quality research and innovation make to productivity and sustainable economic development. President and Vice-Chancellor of Charles Darwin University, Professor Maddocks has extensive leadership experience at senior levels of […]

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