Topic: HR, workforce and communications

Developing and sustaining effective organisations


Why diversity and inclusivity are crucial for any organisation

Ivana Radevska, SEO content expert at Shortlister, explains why organisations should consider how they approach diversity and inclusion training and initiatives, especially considering the proven benefits for employers that enact these positive changes in the workplace such as better outcomes and overall public opinion.

Global Blog Post Blog

Misinformation comes home

The LGIU’s Ingrid Koehler looks again at her study of local government, trust and misinformation and reflects on recent experiences of misinformation in her own life.

England & Wales, Global Blog Post Blog

External event: How should cities tackle youth unemployment in their COVID recovery plans?

Youth Futures Foundation and IPPO are hosting an event on Tuesday 16th November, 3.30pm-5pm to bring together local policymakers, practitioners and researchers to explore what should be in cities local recovery plans to boost youth employment, particularly among marginalised groups.

Australia, England & Wales, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa Event
Members & Followers

The longer-term shift to hybrid working: Implications for local government

This briefing looks at the Productivity Commission’s recently-released Working from Home research paper (the Paper, hereafter) which explores the shift to working from home (WFH), and contemplates how WFH (and remote work more generally) is likely to evolve.

Australia Briefing

Online Training: Developing an Organisational Culture to suit future operating models

This workshop provides a foundation of understanding about what this new or evolving culture may mean in practice and the options available. It is an interactive opportunity to consider the kind of culture that needs to be developed and the 'cross over' commercial skills required.

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa Event

Risk and recovery: five ways your risk strategy can help post-pandemic recovery

This briefing shows how a structured approach to strategic risk management can help leaders to develop their post-pandemic strategies, plans and activities, by using a risk ‘lens’ to complement objective-based approaches.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa Briefing