We know we’ve made progress in recent years, but what lessons (good and bad) could and should we be learning from other places? What makes for culturally inclusive public sector organisations led and staffed by culturally fluent people?
On March 9, Dr Catherine Althaus, new Associate Dean (Academic) at ANZSOG, presented on a study of Indigenous leadership across NZ, Australia, Canada and South Africa, designed to reflect on the challenges and opportunities facing Indigenous public servants in these post-colonial countries, in turn mapping the roles and experiences of Indigenous officials to distil lessons for both the structure of government agencies and our various HR cultures, policies and practices.
Catherine Althaus presentation
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Leading from between: Challenges and opportunities of Indigenous public servant leadershipLeading from between: Challenges and opportunities of Indigenous public servant leadership was held 9 March in Wellington.