Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its implications. We know that at the moment your families and additional work responsibilities will be your top priority. Everyone needs to play their part in keeping our community safe, and with this in mind we are cancelling our programs scheduled for March, April and May. This includes the March Executive Colloquium, Vincent Fairfax Fellowship module, the Fairfax Lecture and the April Executive Ethics. We are in the process of contacting all registered participants to offer alternate dates later in the year. If you have registered for a program but have not yet been contacted by us please call 03 9827 2660.
This is a fluid situation so, like many organisations, we will be evaluating this approach on a regular basis. Any other postponements or changes to programs or events will be updated here, and on our LinkedIn and Twitter pages, and registered participants contacted.
As we postpone events and programs, and while people increasingly work in isolation, we will be exploring other means of delivering content to continue to strengthen wise and courageous leadership.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Cranlana’s programs as soon as possible.
Our Business Development team contact numbers are:
Brittany Pullen, Program Manager 0429 433 510
Caroline Gibson, Director Client Relations 0410 597 730
Lis Kennish, Manager Client Relations 0429 993 016
Antony Giblin, Manager Client Relations 0431 523 482
Our leaders must aspire to more than just excellence. They also need the ethical courage to make the right decisions – at the moments it matters most.
That’s the thinking that created the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to strengthening wise and courageous leadership.
We draw on more than two millennia of philosophical thinking to foster in-depth, practical discussions that sharpen critical reasoning and strengthen moral courage. Since our formation more than 25 years ago, we’ve seen thousands of senior-level people across business, community and government benefit from our rigorous programs.
Leadership requires courage. By understanding the fundamental philosophies that underpin our society, today’s leaders can learn to critically examine the ethical impact of their actions – so they can help build a better society together.
Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership is Monash University, The Myer Foundation and Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation working in partnership.
We don’t teach leadership skills. Instead, we help leaders apply the skills they already have more wisely – by building clarity of purpose and ethical courage.
Cranlana Centre's programs are a deep dive into the practice of ethical decision-making. Drawing on a rich history of philosophical wisdom, they encourage fresh and considered approaches to challenges – offering insights that, for many participants, will fundamentally transform their concept of leadership.
Our courses are dialogue-based and immersive, bringing small groups of high-level leaders together for discussions that are wide-ranging and expertly guided. By relating philosophical concepts directly to experiences and challenges you’ve encountered, participants examine and strengthen their personal ethical frameworks, giving themselves a solid footing for steering future decision-making.
Our experienced moderators draw on a deep understanding of philosophical theory, and their own distinguished careers across the private and public sectors, to facilitate discussions that are revelatory and challenging.
The programs are rigorous, in-depth and practical, providing high-level learning experiences and understanding to strengthen your capabilities as an effective and ethical leader.
We offer a variety of leadership programs, covering different topics, sectors and levels of immersion.
Find the right ethics program to suit you
An intensive six-day course for senior-level leaders to fundamentally transform their leadership.
Created for senior leaders, this two-day program is an interactive masterclass in practical ethical leadership.
Vincent Fairfax Fellowship
A year-long fellowship for senior executives looking to put ethical change into action within their organisations.
Short and Custom Programs
Two-day seminars on specific industries, and custom programs designed for organisations looking to strengthen their ethical focus.
Temporary visa holders and recent permanent migrants play a vital role in healthcare and the economy — and that’s just one reason why the rules need to keep evolving during the current crisis.
Inside Story, 21 March 2020
Monash University and the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership seek to appoint an entrepreneurial individual, with strong business acumen and a track record in executive education, to lead the development and delivery of a contemporary curriculum for the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship.
Applications close 27 March 2020.
CEO Vanessa Pigrum, says, “We are very excited to announce the launch of our new program, Executive Ethics. The demand for Cranlana Centre’s programs is consistently high and we recognised the opportunity to design a targeted ethics program with time poor senior leaders in mind. There is no shortage of evidence pointing to the need for a deeper understanding of ethical leadership across all sectors of society, and we hope the addition of the Executive Ethics program will provide more leaders with an opportunity to refine their critical reasoning and ethical decision-making skills.”
“The Executive Ethics program has been designed to complement our existing programs, the Executive Colloquium and Vincent Fairfax Fellowship, and to provide leaders with an accessible two-day offering that still offers a rare opportunity for deep reflection and learning. The Executive Ethics program will help to build and refine the moral courage leaders require to lead for the good of the organisations they work in and society more broadly.”
Over more than two decades, thousands of senior-level Australian leaders have taken part in our ethical leadership programs, sharpening their critical thinking and honing their ethical decision-making skills.
Cranlana Centre brings more than a half-century of combined leadership experience to bear in cultivating an ethical focus among Australia’s leaders.
If you would like to obtain further information about the activities of the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership, feel free to contact us or fill out an enquiry form.
Acknowledgement of Country
Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership respectfully acknowledges the traditional owners and First People of this land. As we work to develop the ethical capacity of leaders we celebrate the history, leadership and wisdom of the world’s oldest living culture and pay respect to its elders – past, present and future.