2022 is definitely the year when the world changed, when we are constantly reminded of our destructive nature, our vulnerability, and our reason to live.
We all talk about mental health and what to look out for in the people around us, but what about us? What are you doing when it comes to your own mental health?
Who wouldn't want to work less and have more free time, but is moving to a four-day working week as good as it sounds?
With the sad announcement that Queen Elizabeth II has passed away at Balmoral, discussions about moving Australia to a republic is likely to happen in due course.
Celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during NAIDOC week is the first step towards building a unified country.
Written by: Jacqui Sealy – The Pro Forum Community of Practice The ProForum acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. An Acknowledgement of Country is about promoting awareness of [...]
Written by: Phil Sealy – The Pro Forum Community of Practice In Section 6.4.6 of the APS Values and Code of Conduct in Practice1, states “If an APS employee has a significant role in a political campaign, there is potential [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice A story that wouldn’t normally get much traction made headlines recently – it involves two areas that procurement and project professionals must consider: Stakeholder engagement Conflicts of Interest As [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice Stakeholder Engagement: Touted as a fundamental skill of any project, procurement, and contract manager – the ability to truly communicate and incorporate a wide variety of interests into achieving [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice If Probity is simply the evidence of ethical behaviour – why do, we keep getting it wrong? It doesn’t matter whether you are in the private or public sector [...]