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Leaders Integrity Forums introductory overview

Anne Gilbert

TINZ Project Manager
Public Sector

Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) works in partnership with the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) to host a series of Leaders Integrity Forums for public sector leaders on themes pertaining to transparency, integrity and anti-corruption prevention.

Here, the public sector leaders come together to discuss issues of common interest, share examples of good practice in addressing corruption/strengthening integrity systems, and to resolve complex issues faced by their agencies.  These Forums are held under Chatham House Rules but in the interest of transparency and to disseminate knowledge about ways to maintain and enhance the integrity of the public sector, a blog is published summarising the discussions.

Follow this link to the themes and associated blogs for 2017.

For example, at the Leaders Integrity Forum held 17 October 2017, Andrew Kibblewhite, CEO Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, displayed a Rubik’s Cube analogy to describe the necessary interlocking of key integrity components to achieve stable government.

A recent blog post: Brand upon the brain – protecting New Zealand’s global reputation. “It’s not every day that a conversation about how we can all protect, and create advantage from, New Zealand’s global reputation leaves a group of people animated and full of pride – but it should be.” Blog post by Ann Webster, Assistant Auditor-General for Research & Development, at the May 2017 Leaders Integrity Forum.

 

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