The Public Leadership Research Group provides resources and forums for students and researchers
The Public Leadership Research Group hosts a range of academic activities focusing on the promotion of the contest of ideas and advancing the public interest. This includes the development of the Howard Library (located at Old Parliament House) which showcases the conflicts and controversies of Australian public life between 1996 and 2007, and provides resources and forums for students and researchers.
'Public leadership promotes the common good and pursues the public interest. It does not seek to preference or prejudice the needs or desires of any group at the expense of others or to advance personal or private aspirations and objectives to the detriment of the collective wellbeing of the entire citizenry. Public leadership is indifferent to polemical agendas and partisan goals, and transcends the practical preoccupations of administration and management.'
- Professor Tom Frame AM
Public Leadership Research Group, 2018