COVID- 19 INNOVATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: CASE STUDY SERIES
Imagine this. You and your team are working remotely, you see each other maybe a little through a computer screen, conversations are possible but they are different. You have been giving them space and latitude, role-modelling effective leadership practice in order to build more trust with and across the team; however, it feels like you’ve still a way to go. The trust is still not there.
The Institute of Public Administration is pleased to announce our wide range of online short training courses and webinar offerings. IPA courses and webinars are delivered by subject matter experts with in-depth experience and knowledge of their specialist areas.
Building Trust While Leading Remotely.Do you have this nagging feeling that ‘If I can’t see the team, they could be up to anything?’ If you have this feeling now, chances are you had this feeling prior to current circumstances of enforced isolation. Counter-intuitively, for many, remote working provides a great opportunity to build more trusting work environments and greater impact in your leadership by taking some simple steps to enhance this critical leadership and organisational competency.
Notice from the Director General and Chair of IPA Board
On the advice and direction of government and in accordance with the expert public health advice available, the IPA at 57-61 Lansdowne Road have suspended all on-campus lectures and tutorials and training courses and development programmes effective from 6pm March 12th until 5th May 2020.
Local Government Specialist
The IPA, in conjunction with the Strategic Committee for the Criminal Justice sector and the Department of Justice and Equality, delivered in 2018-2019 the second Cross Agency Collaborative Leadership Development Programme.
Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty TD, launches ‘Ireland – A Directory 2020’
Ireland - A Directory 2020
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Local Authority Times: Local Property Tax Briefing Paper No: 1
The IPA Governance Forum is pleased to advise details of the next morning event which takes place on Thursday, 10th October 2019 (8.00am-10.30am) at the Institute. Good Governance and Culture: Features and Assessment, is an increasingly important topic for public and non-profit entities, as exemplified by the recent emphasis placed on organisational culture by the Financial Reporting Council, in the revised UK Corporate Governance Code.
The updated edition of this authoritative introduction to management (over 40,000 copies sold) incorporates theory and practice, with emphasis on the changing Irish and global business environments. for more information click here
CIPFA Republic of Ireland and the IPA present a CPD event for Public Finance Professionals on 3 October 2019 (6:00pm - 7:30pm) at the Ballybrit Suite, Clayton Hotel, Monivea Road, Ballybrit, Galway City. This event will be of interest to those working in the sector along with the wider public sector community, and the business sector in the regions of Galway, Mayo and Clare.