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The Institute for Energy Research (IER) is a not-for-profit organization that conducts intensive research and analysis on the functions, operations, and government regulation of global energy markets. IER maintains that freely-functioning energy markets provide the most efficient and effective solutions to today’s global energy and environmental challenges and, as such, are critical to the well-being of individuals and society.
 
Through conversation with industry greats, experts and innovators from around the world, GovComms delivers the latest insights and best practice in government communication. We provide the resources to help you, the government and public sector, communicate policies, services and regulations with impact. A podcast by contentgroup, leaders in government communication.
 
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This Investment Magazine podcast is an in-depth series of conversations with key decision makers, leaders, agitators and stake holders in policy, regulation and within the superannuation industry at a time when the system is being asked important questions about its purpose, efficiency and ability to deliver appropriate member outcomes.
 
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Want to learn how you can use social media effectively as a government communicator? This week’s podcast features Founder of Propel Group, Roger Christie. Growing up in the world of Public Relations, Roger now focuses on everything social media. This podcast in particular investigates the role of social media and its influence on government communi…
 
In today’s GovComms episode we welcome Ian Andersen, who throughout his 35 years of active service at the European Commission focused on improving communication for Europeans. As discussed with the podcast host David Pembroke, within Ian’s role as Participatory innovation adviser, Ian aimed to create real engagement in co-creation with stakeholders…
 
Mary J. Hutzler, a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Institute for Energy Research, provided testimony before a U.S House Republican forum titled “Biden’s Afghanistan Crisis: Forfeiting U.S. Investment in Critical Minerals to the Taliban.” (10/22/21)Read her written testimony here:https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/international-issues/bid…
 
Want to learn how you can use data to identify, plan, and manage risks? This episode of the GovComms Podcast features conversation between contentgroup CEO and founder David Pembroke and Adam Rowland from the commonwealth department of health. Over his career Adam has spent around 15 years in the private sector, working in evidence-based consulting…
 
For today’s release of the GovComms Podcast contentgroup’s CEO and Founder, David Pembroke, speaks with Zoë Routh, author of the 2020 Australian Business book of the year - People Stuff, about all things leadership. Zoë Routh is the Owner and Director of Inner Compass Australia Pty Ltd. With over 30 years’ experience showing teams struggling with o…
 
With our first ever GovComms Podcast guest from Iceland, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to Mike Klein, an internal and social communication consultant with an interest in developing the field of communication leadership through his #WeLeadComms initiative. Based in Iceland, Mike has worked in a broad range of editorial, communication planni…
 
Todays release of the GovComms Podcast features a discussion with Katrina Macdermid, Director of KayJayEm services. Katrinas unique skillset has provided training and consulting for many agencies including the NSW Police Force, Sydney Metro & NSW Health who have all embraced Katrina's human approach to information technology (IT). Katrina is a cont…
 
Luke Barrett, general counsel at Unisuper and David Gallagher, a visiting fellow at the RoZetta Institute, discuss size, influence & concentration of the superannuation industry in private and capital markets. Moderated by Matthew Smith, managing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
AIA general manager group distribution, Anthony Clough, and Mercer partner, Tim Jenkins, speak to Investment Magazine’s Stewart Hawkins about insurance in super – how the new stapling rules may affect outcomes for members and what the future holds for insurance products in the industry.Investment Magazine
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup founder and CEO, David Pembroke, speaks to Brigid Glanville, Deputy chief of staff at NSW Government for the office of Hon Bronnie Taylor. Skilled in Crisis communications and Government relations, and close to over 20 years of experience within the communications industry, Brigid, prior to work…
 
ACSI CEO Louise Davidson and Aware Super CIO Damian Graham speak to Investment Magazine’s Stewart Hawkins about two issues affecting Australia’s super landscape – globalisation and governance. Are super funds in Australia running out of local assets to invest in? If so, where are the opportunities?Investment Magazine
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to Laurian Hubbard, a CIPR Fellow and award-winning Chartered PR Practitioner. Based in Wales, Laurian is currently the Head of Engagement for Welsh Parliament, having previously held senior positions in 10 Downing Street and Cabinet Office. She is also the Founder and …
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to Sean Larkins, the Global Director of Capability at WPP Government and Public Sector Practice. Located in London, Sean has led projects in Europe, the Middle East, and across Australasia where he has helped improve communications functions and strategies. In this conv…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to Communications Manager for the city of Tigard and one of the founders of ELGL, Kent Wyatt . Located in Portland Oregon, Kent Wyatt has been working in local governments for over 18 years with positions ranging from management analyst, legislative analyst and now, com…
 
Scott Donald, director, Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation, UNSW Law and Damian Murphy, principal consultant, Credas Solutions discuss trustees and the age of accountability. Moderated by Matthew Smith, managing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
Brendan Coates, economic policy program director, Grattan Institute and Julia Fox, national assistant secretary, SDA Union discuss who's interests superannuation is serving. Moderated by Matthew Smith, managing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
Mel Munro, Associate Director and Recruitment Specialist, Robert Walters and Michael Moses, Principal and Human Resources Consultant, Mercer discuss how to determine senior salaries in super. Moderated by Stewart Hawkins, contributing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
David Barnden, principle lawyer, Equity Generation Lawyers and Liza McDonald, head of responsible investment, Aware Super discuss the new risks and obligations of climate change. Moderated by Matthew Smith, managing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
Andrew Fairley, specialist superannuation lawyer, Hall & Wilcox and Ian Fryer, general manager, Chant West discuss mergers, acquisitions and the great consolidation trend. Moderated by Matthew Smith, managing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
Tim Wilson, Liberal Party of Australia MP & Saul Eslake, independent economist discuss ideology, economics and the Superannuation Guarantee. Moderated by Stewart Hawkins, contributing editor, Investment Magazine.Investment Magazine
 
#78: Jason Hayes on Line 5Links:Why Is Gretchen Whitmer Trying to Shut Down an Essential Pipeline? https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/05/why-is-gretchen-whitmer-trying-to-shut-down-an-essential-pipeline/Restricting Reliable Energy Sources Is Expensive and Dangerous https://reason.com/2021/05/24/restricting-reliable-energy-sources-is-expensive-and-…
 
#77: Dr. Peter Jacobsen on gasoline shortages, population, and the environment (5/19/21)Links:Why Politicians, Not Hackers, Are to Blame for the Gasoline Shortage https://fee.org/articles/why-politicians-not-hackers-are-to-blame-for-the-gasoline-shortage/Is Having Children in 2021 Really ‘Environmental Vandalism’?https://fee.org/articles/is-discour…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to a highly experienced media adviser and communications professional, Tess Salmon. Tess is currently the General Manager of External Affairs and Communication at Western Sydney Airport. Before this she had roles as the Director of Media and Communication to Deputy Prim…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to strategic communication adviser, change manager and project manager Merrin Fabre. Merrin is currently leading the corporate communications team at the Victorian department of Families, Fairness and Housing. When not doing this, she is working with the IABC Victoria w…
 
Dr. David Kreutzer's testimony in front of the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs followed by a discussion of green jobs past and present.Links:21st Century Communities: Capitalizing on Opportunities in the Clean Energy Economy: https://www.banking.senate.gov/hearings/21st-century-communities_capitalizing-on-opportunities-…
 
Joakim Book on human progress and sensible environmentalism.Links:Joakim's work at AIER: https://www.aier.org/staffs/joakim-book/Climate Catastrophism and a Sensible Environmentalism: https://www.aier.org/article/climate-catastrophism-and-a-sensible-environmentalism/“Sustainability” Misses the Point: https://www.aier.org/article/sustainability-miss…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to the President of PA Social, Italy’s National Association for ‘new communication’, Francesco Di Costanzo. Joining us from Florence, Italy, Francesco is an expert in government communications, having over 16 years’ experience in the sector, as well as authoring many bo…
 
Since founding PetroNerds, Trisha Curtis has been recognized for her passion and expertise in developing strategies based on micro and macro market intelligence with on the ground intel.Ms. Curtis has a tenacious focus on solving root problems, supporting clients in organizational effectiveness, and developing and implementing growth strategies. Sh…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to the Founding Director of Social Marketing @ Griffith, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele. Joining us from Queensland, Sharyn is an expert in all things social marketing. Drawing from her background in commercial marketing, her current research focuses on applying marketing to bene…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to Agile Delivery Adviser and Digital Delivery Transformation expert, Sonia Irwin. Sonia has worked in Canberra for over 25 years and is currently working with the Department of Agriculture, Water and Resources as well as directing her very own practice, Redgrass Commun…
 
This week we highlight new blogs from IER discussing rising gasoline prices, the aftermath of the Texas blackouts, and Paris going the way of Kyoto.Links:Biden May Get His Wish: $100 Oil on the Horizon https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/fossil-fuels/gas-and-oil/biden-may-get-his-wish-100-oil-on-the-horizon/The Aftermath of the Texas Blackou…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to communications coach, mentor and speaker, Chris Huet. Chris is based here in the Nation’s Capital where he works as a Communications Coach for Understood Consulting Services and a Speaker Coach for TEDxCanberra. As well as this, Chris has also led a fighter jet squad…
 
This week we highlight a new blog from IER discussing rising gasoline prices. Plus a new episode of the Plugged In podcast featuring Robert Bryce discussing the Texas blackouts.Blog - Gasoline Prices, Oil Prices Tick Up - https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/fossil-fuels/gas-and-oil/gasoline-prices-oil-prices-tick-up/Podcast - The Plugged In …
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speakers to cognitive psychologist, Barbara Tversky. Currently located in New York, Barbara is a Professor of Psychology at Columbia Teachers College as well as a Professor Emerita of Psychology at Stanford University. She has conducted extensive research into the areas of mem…
 
Robert Bryce, an Austin-based journalist and author of six books on energy, joins the show to discuss his experience during the texas blackouts and discusses the importance of diversification in energy sources.Links:• This Blizzard Exposes The Perils Of Attempting To ‘Electrify Everything’:https://www.forbes.com/sites/robertbryce/2021/02/15/this-bl…
 
This week the team highlights recent materials focusing on the extreme weather in Texas and the subsequent blackouts that impacted millions of residents. Links• ARTICLE Understanding the Texas Energy Predicament: https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/renewable/understanding-the-texas-energy-predicament/• PODCAST The Plugged In Podcast #70: Ken…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to the Founder and President of the Gen Z Identity Lab, Anya Dua. Living in Miami Florida, Anya is the youngest guest to have ever joined us on the podcast. At just 15 Anya has appeared in The New York Times and Forbes, sharing her views on an array of political and soc…
 
Kenny Stein, IER's Policy Director, joins the show to discuss what went wrong in Texas last week that created conditions for massive blackouts across the state and what Texas can do to avoid future calamities.Links:• Texas Plunges Into Electricity Crisis: https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/the-grid/texas-plunges-into-electricity-crisis/• Un…
 
On this episode of the GovComms Podcast, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to the Principal Advisor to Proximity, Kerri Hartland. Before joining Proximity, Kerri was the Secretary of the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business. Throughout her thirty-year APS career, Kerri was also the Deputy Director General of the Australi…
 
Paul Craney, Spokesperson of the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, joins the show to discuss the Transportation Climate Initiative, what it would mean for New England and the other states involved, and what is being done to stop its implementation.Links:• Follow Paul on Twitter:https://twitter.com/pauldiegocraney• Follow the Massachusetts Fiscal Allia…
 
This week the team highlights a recent article focusing on Joe Biden's executive orders aimed at reducing tax deductions utilized by many American energy producers while ignoring the massive subsidies given to renewable energy companies. Links• ARTICLE Biden Directs Federal Agencies to Eliminate Fossil Fuel Tax Deductions: https://www.institutefore…
 
On this special episode of GovComms, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to listening expert Oscar Trimboli. Oscar Trimboli is the host of the award-winning podcast Deep Listening and is also the Author of Deep Listening: Impact Beyond Words. He is considered one of Australia’s foremost experts on the topic of interpersonal listening. He is also…
 
This week the team highlights a recent article examining Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf's proposal to institute a severance tax on the state's natural gas producers and what it would mean for energy producers and state residents. Plus, get a preview of the latest episode of the Plugged In podcast featuring IER's Director of Policy Kenny Stein on Bi…
 
On this episode of GovComms, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke speaks to Howard Parry-Husbands about how systems thinking can be used to solve complex problems. Howard is the CEO of Pollinate, one of Australia’s consulting and market research leaders in the world of branding, innovation and communications. In his spare time, he is studying a Masters …
 
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