Continuing Education Workshops

This unit provides examples of regulation informed by behavioural insights, and evidence of the performance of such regulation...

Risk Governance and Risk-Based Regulation

8 September @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Explore the foundations of risk as an approach to regulatory governance and practice.

Exercise of Regulatory Judgement

17 September @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

The choices regulators make. Could I? Yes. But should I? Whatever and whoever we regulate, the exercise of regulatory judgment and discretion becomes less science, more art. But what on earth does it mean in practice? This workshop examines all of this from front line thinking to policy settings.”

Systems Thinking and Regulatory Practice

13 October @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

In this unit, we explore three models of stewardship, to understand its full potential for regulators in Aotearoa/New Zealand and elsewhere.

ANZSOG Webinars

Join us as we explore what it means to lead with humility, and why ‘servant leadership’ can be a powerful approach.

Join us as we explore what learning and failure look like in government, and how it might be encouraged.

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This video was made mid 2018. G-REG now has over 3,000 learners.

Why G-REG matters

G-REG’s vision is to make the people working in the regulatory sector better skilled, according to common standards, and more broadly aware of what being part of a wider professional regulatory community means.

In early 2015 G-REG was set up by chief executives to improve regulatory practice, regulatory leadership, regulatory culture, and workforce capability in and across state sector organisations and regulatory systems.

One of G-REG’s unique key features is that it joins up local and central government together in a way that has simply never happened before.

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G-REG Qualifications

a series of qualifications to formalise training and improve leadership, culture, and capability in regulatory practice throughout local and central government

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