Supporting and promoting integrity in public sector workplaces

What good looks like: An integrity framework for the public sector
  • When Jun 30, 2022 from 01:30 PM to 02:30 PM (Pacific/Auckland / UTC1200)
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Our What good looks like series is an opportunity for public sector leaders and practitioners to hear about projects and good practice examples from other public organisations.

At this event, Professor Michael Macaulay and Dr Sue Bidrose shared their insights on integrity in the public sector, and how public organisations can promote a culture of integrity within their workplaces.

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About our guest speakers

Michael Macaulay is a Professor of Public Administration at the School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington. He was previously Professor of Public Management at Teesside University (UK), and has held visiting professor posts in the UK and South Africa. Michael’s research interests are ethics, integrity and anti-corruption within a public management and policy context. He was a member Whistling While They Work research team looking into the role of public interest whistleblowing in organisational, institutional and societal integrity.

Dr Sue Bidrose is the Chief Executive at AgResearch. She started her working life as a laboratory technician working in metabolic diseases of dairy cattle, for the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. She then worked in the community sector and, after completing her Doctorate in Psychology, Dr Bidrose has worked in central government in research, policy and operational leadership roles. She then moved across to local government, most recently as Chief Executive of Dunedin City Council, before returning to the agricultural science sector at AgResearch in 2020.