ACSH Panel session “Rethinking Leadership in Public Administration: Challenges and Prospects for the Post-Soviet Countries”
On 9 April 2021, Astana Civil Service Hub is organizing a Panel session “Rethinking Leadership in Public Administration: Challenges and Prospects for the Post-Soviet Countries” within the framework of the Annual Conference of American Society for Public Administration (ASPA).
The purpose of the Panel is to bring together representatives of the academic community and public administration practitioners to discuss aspects of leadership, management skills and corporate culture approaching them from both an academic and a practical point of view. It is expected that invited speakers will present their countries’ experience and perspectives on leadership in public administration and their vision and prospects, while taking into consideration the developments that are taking place in post-Soviet countries.
The main expected outcomes of the session are to exchange experience and best practices in the field of effective executive leadership in public administration, leaders’ responsibilities and their leadership skills; to identify the most pressing challenges of leadership in public administration, as well as issues influencing the level of job performance and satisfaction of employees, improving the effectiveness of government and public agencies, including good planning, efficiency, transparency, and accountability; and to discuss issues relating to the balance of powers, responsibilities, and resources, the division between the powers of political and administrative civil servants.
The Panel will be held online via the Engagez Platform on 9 April 2021 at 7 PM Nur-Sultan time / 9 AM Washington DC time. The concept note and agenda of the ACSH Panel session are available at the following link.
All participants should be registered in advance to attend the event. For more information about the ASPA Annual Conference 2021, please visit the website: www.aspanet.org/annualconference.