An inspiring lesson in how to move with the changing times

The Institute of Public Administration is well equipped to guide and support Ireland’s public service sector in these unusual times

11th July, 2020
An inspiring lesson in how to move with the changing times
Frances Stephenson, HRM training and consultancy Specialist; Edwin Maguire, senior HRM training and consultancy specialist; Eoin Smyth, assistant HRM training and consultancy specialist and Maebh O’Connor, HRM training and consultancy specialist, IPA

Although 60 years in existence with a training and education background traditionally set against a 9.30am to 5pm day of learning in a classroom, the Institute of Public Administration (IPA) is an example of how an agency can successfully reinvent itself against the working restrictions posed by Covid-19.

With remote working now the norm, the IPA has transformed its way of teaching and advising into a series of ongoing online webinars and courses. For staff in...

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