Workshops


You do not need to be a conference delegate to register for a workshop.

Registration for half-day interactive workshops is now open and costs $450.00 per person, per workshop.

Workshop facilitators are experienced practitioners. Spaces in each workshop are limited. It is recommended you reserve your place early to avoid disappointment.

For more information on each workshop, click here.

Tuesday 29 October 2019 - Morning workshops

9 am - 12.30 pm

Morning workshops

 

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

Workshop 3

Title

Policy analysis 2.0 and corruption

Getting the most out of your corruption prevention training program

Integrity in action: what would you do if …

Facilitator/s

Professor Robert Klitgaard

Claremont Graduate University, California

Adam Shapiro

Senior Corruption Prevention Officer (training), NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption

Ms Helen Fatouros

Director Legal, Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Ms Kerryn Ellis

Director Corporate Services, Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Ms Stacey Coe

Principal Events Officer, Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Size

Limited to 50 participants

Limited to 30 participants

Limited to 80 participants

Overview
















How can data, case studies of success, and analytical models catalyse creative problem-solving on sensitive issues? Using examples from around the world, this interactive workshop presents a method for combining policy analysis and local knowledge, with a focus on combating corruption.












The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption has been providing corruption prevention training across the New South Wales public sector for many years. In this interactive session, Senior Corruption Prevention Officer Adam Shapiro will draw on that experience, published better practice, and the experience of session participants to tackle the issue of how an agency might approach in‐house corruption prevention training.









Public officers at all levels are confronted with integrity dilemmas as part of their roles every day. Integrity in action is all about what happens immediately after the dilemma, when professionalism, loyalty, and values are tested.
This interactive session will present a set of strategies to build corruption resistance in public sector organisations, and empower participants with practical approaches for targeting areas at risk of integrity failure in their organisations.

Through a combination of scenario-based and role-played case studies, participants will explore a series of common integrity traps faced by public sector organisations and public officers:

  • conflicts of interest
  • employment practices
  • procurement
  • information access and control.

9 - 10.30 am

Workshop 1, session 1

Workshop 2, session 1

Workshop 3, session 1

10.30 - 11.00 am

Morning tea (Level 1 foyer)

11.00 am - 12.30 pm

Workshop 1, session 2

Workshop 2, session 2

Workshop 3, session 2

12.30 pm

Morning workshops conclude

12.30 - 1 pm

Lunch (Level 1 foyer)

Tuesday 29 October 2019 - Afternoon workshops

1 - 4.30 pm

Afternoon workshops

 

Workshop 4

Workshop 5

 

Title

Preventing corruption in procurement

Dealing with conflict of interest

 

Facilitator/s

Professor Adam Graycar

Professor of Public Policy, Griffith University and the University of Adelaide

Mr Stuart Macintyre

Manager Strategic Intelligence, Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Ms Marita Cullen

Program Coordinator and Facilitator, Victorian Ombudsman

 

Size

Limited to 96 participants

Limited to 40 participants

 

Overview

Governments spend large proportions of their budgets on buying things. There are processes in place to ensure integrity in procurement. There have been numerous scandals where procurement processes have been undermined and flouted. This has severe adverse effects.

This workshop diagnoses types of corruption in procurement and provides tools not only to spot red flags for corruption, but build integrity mechanisms to reduce maladministration and strengthen procurement processes.

It is common for public duties to conflict with private interests when working in the public sector and local government. This interactive workshop uses scenarios to illustrate the challenges in identifying and dealing with conflicts of interest. It also explores good practice approaches to recording and managing these conflicts.

 

1.00 - 2.30 pm

Workshop 4, session 1

Workshop 5, session 1

 

2.30 - 3.00 pm

Afternoon tea (Level 1 foyer)

 

 

3.00 - 4.30 pm

Workshop 4, session 2

Workshop 5, session 2

 

4.30 pm

Afternoon workshops conclude

 

 

Further information on workshops


Workshop 1 - Policy analysis 2.0 and corruption


Learning objectives

By completing this workshop, participants will be better equipped to:

  • understand and transcend debates about the meaning and measurement of ‘corruption’.
  • identify and diagnose potentially corrupt systems
  • appreciate and apply new techniques for policy analysis that combine what locals know best (their contexts and possibilities) with what outside experts can provide (facts, examples, frameworks).

Who should attend?

People from government, business, civil society, and academia.

Facilitator:

PHOTO+-+Robert+Klitgaard+2.jpg
 

Prof. Robert Klitgaard

Claremont Graduate University
United States of America

Robert Klitgaard is a University Professor at Claremont Graduate University, where he served as President from 2005 to 2009.

Professor Klitgaard advises countries around the world on government reform and economic strategy. His recent international partners range from environmental nonprofits to Supreme Audit Authorities; from the World Bank to the OECD; from the Government of Sonora, Mexico, to the Institute of Directors in Thailand; from the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Austria to the Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies in Bhutan. He has participated in the World Economic Forum as a faculty member and as a member of the Global Agenda Council.He has been the Dean of the Pardee RAND Graduate School, America’s leading Ph.D. program in policy analysis, where he was also the Ford Distinguished Professor of International Development and Security; the Lester Crown Visiting Professor of Economics at Yale’s School of Management; and an Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.

His ten books include Addressing Corruption Together (available for free).

 

Workshop 2 - Getting the most out of your corruption prevention training program


Learning objectives

As a session participant you will consider what topics might be included in in‐house corruption prevention training, how to determine your key audiences and influencers, and what strategies you might use to engage workshop participants, challenge their views, and question the impact of their workplace behaviours. The session will also address how formal training can sit within a broader awareness‐raising program.

The session will focus on some key questions such as:

  • What are you trying to achieve with your training?
  • What are the shortcomings of compliance‐driven approaches?
  • Who should I be targeting?
  • How can I use corruption prevention training to support wider organisational change, and lessen corruption risk at a time to change and confusion?
  • Can I use corruption prevention training to help make systems more resistant to corruption?
  • What approach should I take?
  • Do I focus on rule‐setting, ethics, risk management, personal responsibility, system improvement, behaviour change, creating workplace norms, or some combination?
  • What strategy is more likely to create the change my agency wants to see?

Participants should come to this session with a willingness to discuss the issues and share their experiences with others in the room.

Who should attend?

Anyone involved in the development and/or delivery of corruption prevention education, such as governance, Human Resources, and Learning and Development practitioners.

Facilitator:

Adam+Shapiro.jpg
 

Mr Adam Shapiro

Senior Corruption Prevention Officer (training)
NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption

Adam Shapiro joined NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption in 2008 from the private sector. An adult educator with 30 years’ experience, his corruption prevention activities include facilitating workshops and giving corruption prevention presentations, developing training and corruption prevention resources, and providing advice at all levels across the New South Wales public sector.

With a background in both public and private sector employment in roles such as:

  • curriculum designer
  • content editor
  • project manager
  • business development manager
  • chief operating officer
  • he brings a number of perspectives to the challenge of preventing corruption.
 

Workshop 3 - Integrity in action: what would you do if …


Learning objectives

After attending this workshop, participants will be better equipped to:

  • understand what is integrity and its relationship with public trust and public sector organisations
  • identify the complexities and factors contributing to integrity failures in public sector organisations
  • identify functions and areas of public sector organisations at risk of integrity failures
  • know how to proactively identify signs and symptoms of poor integrity health and culture within their teams and organisations.

Who should attend?

  • managers of teams and business units
  • governance practitioners
  • officers responsible for agencies' complaints and disclosure management
  • Executives, particularly those responsible for complaints and disclosure management, governance, people and culture, and organisational development functions.

Facilitators:

 
 
Helen+Fatouros.jpg
 
 

Ms Helen Fatouros

Director Legal
Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Helen Fatouros has worked within the criminal justice system for over 19 years as a lawyer and leader within prosecutions and the legal assistance sector. Her previous roles include Executive Director Criminal Law Services at Victoria Legal Aid, and Legal Prosecution Specialist and Directorate Manager Specialist Sex Offences at the Victorian Office of Public Prosecutions. In 2012, she led the Sexual Offences Interactive Legal Education Program, for which she received the Law Institute of Victoria 2013 President’s Award for Government Lawyer of the Year. She was a Commissioner of the Victorian Law Reform Commission between 2014 and 2018 and is a current Council Director of the Sentencing Advisory Council. She was appointed as Director Legal at Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption, Victoria in January 2019.

 
kerryn.png
 

Ms Kerryn Ellis

Director Corporate Services
Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria (IBAC's) Director Corporate Services, Ms Kerryn Ellis, leads the Finance and Procurement, Information & Digital Services, Governance & Risk (including corporate strategic planning), and People & Culture teams. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the public sector, working in environments of change and building high-performing and agile organisations with positive, values-based leadership.
Before making the move to state government, Ms Ellis was Director Corporate Performance with the City of Greater Bendigo, and Manager Governance and Innovation at Knox City Council. She has also previously worked for the City of Melbourne and Bayside City Council. Ms Ellis holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Commerce and a Graduate Diploma of Public Policy and Management, and completed the Local Government Professionals Executive Leadership Program in 2016.

 

Workshop 4 - Preventing corruption in procurement


Learning objectives

By completing this workshop, participants will be better equipped to:

  • understand how procurement lapses undermine public administration
  • identify risk factors
  • develop preventive approaches.

Participants should bring an example of a procurement breach that they have seen or read about. Some of these will be used as workshop examples.

Who should attend?

Middle managers and people who see a career in public administration.

Facilitators:

Adam+Graycar.jpg
 

Professor Adam Graycar

Professor of Public Policy
Griffith University and University of Adelaide

Professor Adam Graycar has held positions of Professor of Public Policy or Social Policy at:

  • Griffith University (Queensland)
  • Flinders University (South Australia)
  • National University of Singapore
  • Australian National University
  • Rutgers the State University of New Jersey
  • State University of New Jersey
  • University of New South Wales

He has also been a visiting Professor at numerous leading universities in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. In 2010 he established the Transnational Research Institute on Corruption at the Australian National University. He acquired extensive policy experience over 22 years in the various senior level posts he has held in the Australian Commonwealth and the South Australian Governments. He now works extensively and globally with agencies such as the United Nations and World Bank, and is the author of approximately 300 academic publications. His latest book Understanding and Preventing Corruption was published in the UK and New York.

Stuart%2BMacintyre.jpg
 

Dr Stuart Macintyre

Manager
Strategic Intelligence, Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria

Stuart Macintyre is the Manager of Strategic Intelligence within the Prevention and Communication Division, at Victoria's Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC). He joined IBAC in April 2013 from the Professional Standards Command (PSC) of Victoria Police where he was the Assistant Director of the Risk Mitigation Division. He was at PSC since 1997, was awarded the Victoria Police Service Medal in 2012, and had three secondments:

  • Head of Risk at the United Kingdom Gambling Commission
  • Manager of Research and Policy at the Victorian Casino and Gaming Authority
  • Manager of the Office of the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police.

Prior to service in the Victoria Police, Stuart was with the Commissioner’s Inspectorate within the Queensland Police. He was awarded his PhD in 2001 by Griffith University in Brisbane.

 

Workshop 5 - Dealing with conflict of interest


Learning objectives

Drawing from the Victorian Public Sector Commission’s resources, local government guidance and the Victorian Ombudsman’s experience, you will have a better understanding of how to:

  • create or strengthen your practices in identifying, declaring and managing conflicts of interest
  • determine what is and what is not a conflict of interest
  • understand and avoid the most common mistakes
  • identify and deal with barriers to managing conflicts of interest in your organisation.

Who should attend?

Managers, governance officers, team leaders, public sector and local government employees and anyone responsible for managing conflicts of interest.

Facilitator:

M Cullen pic.jpg
 

Ms Marita Cullen

Program Coordinator and Facilitator, Education Services
Victorian Ombudsman

Marita Cullen has been with the Victorian Ombudsman for five years. Initially an Investigation Officer, she handled complaints from the public concerning a range of administrative actions before moving to Education Services where her complaint handling experience is an invaluable complement to her work facilitating our public sector education programs. Prior to this she undertook investigation and regulatory roles in the education sector, with the Victorian Institute of Teaching and the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency