Leadership changes at ANZ

 During Price’s six-year tenure as Regional Executive Pacific, she has been responsible for driving the adoption of digital banking and has advocated for financial literacy and inclusion in the region.

 Price has also built strong, mutually-respectful relationships with regulators which helped ensure ANZ’s customers could navigate their way through COVID-19 successfully.

Reflecting on her time in the Pacific, Price said: “The Pacific is a remarkable, challenging and rewarding place to live and work, and it has been a privilege for me.

Public Servants Lack Proper Ethics

In recent years, in an effort to rectify the problem of ethics and lack of values-based culture blamed on the public sector workforce, selected groups of public servants have been attending ethics and leadership courses at the Pacific Institute of Leadership and Governance (PILAG) every year since 2015.

Fiji’s Candidate for Forum SG, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola shares insights from his leadership journey

Fiji’s candidate for the position is seasoned diplomat and former Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola, nominated in recognition of his ability to bring strong and decisive leadership to the Forum at this time. Announcing the nomination in August, Fiji’s Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama highlighted the careful consideration of the complex regional environment and the need for Ratu Inoke’s strong and visionary leadership to be able to guide, advise and broker political relationships and agreements in the best interest of the Pacific people.

Who might lead N Korea without Kim?

The BBC spoke to analysts about the contenders and whether history is on their side.

A male member of the Kim family has been in charge of North Korea ever since its founding by Kim Il-sung in 1948 - and the mythology of this family runs deep throughout society.

Propaganda about its greatness begins for citizens before they can even read: pre-schoolers sing a song called: "I want to see our leader Kim Jong-un."

Looking for exceptional young leaders

This follows the United Nations’ announcement of applications for its second class of Young Leaders for the Sustainable Development Goals.

Led by the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth, Jayathma Wickramanayake, the Young Leaders Initiative recognises 17 young leaders every year who are driving bold efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. 

Ms. Wickramanayake made the announcement at the One Young World summit in Bogota alongside the inaugural class of Young Leaders for the SDGs.


VIDEO: Goroka people call for better leaders

The people from Asaroka, Kama, Notofana, and other surrounding villages spoke with TVWAN News recently stating that vibrant and simple leadership is needed in the district more than ever.