Tuesday 13 April, Wellington, 5.30-6.30pm
Public sector governance covers a wide range of policy areas and portfolios - and recent public sector reform has focused on incorporating values more centrally into governance. Embedding and then living an organisation’s values and ethics is one of the most pressing issues for governance professionals today. Especially so for public sector boards when the focus may vary, depending on the government of the day. Does this focus on values support and enhance service delivery or is it just words?
The Public Service Commission will talk to us about the reforms and how values can support a spirit of service. Follow-up discussion will examine other challenges for public sector governance, and provide time for networking. Come grow your knowledge and networks and help integrate values into governance practice.
Manager, Strategy and Policy, Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission
Denis Mowbray FCG FGNZ
President, Governance New Zealand
Panel chair: Lola Toppin-Casserly
PhD Candidate, Victoria University of Wellington
‘What is ethical leadership in boards and how can we measure it?’
23 Lambton Quay, Pipitea
There is no cost to attend but registration is required for catering purposes as light refreshments will be served. Please register here!
A cash bar will be available. Eftpos and credit card only please...
Governance New Zealand confirms this event qualifies for CPD structured Credits based on 1 credit per hour of attendance.
05:30 pm - 06:30 pm
13 Apr 2021
Rutherford House, Wellington