Being Ethical Means More Than Following a List of Dos and Don’ts
Public service is a fraught endeavour. In the face of the complex and intractable issues the public sector is tasked with managing we need public servants capable of tackling these challenges in an ethical way. As CEO Vanessa Pigrum writes, “Simply having a code of conduct on the intranet or a list of dos and don’ts pasted to the wall of the office kitchen isn’t going to cut it. It’s something that has to be worked on every day and reinforced by organisational culture.” So how do leaders in the public sector approach their own work, and develop their teams? Read the full article here.
The Mandarin, 5 September 2019.
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