Our two-day Executive Ethics program is a practical primer for leaders seeking to incorporate or renew ethical thinking and action as a part of their leadership practice.

Executive Ethics provides senior and emerging leaders with the fundamental tools to identify ethical dilemmas and integrity tests, apply decision-making frameworks, address biases and develop agency to give voice to values.

Delivered in person, throughout Australia

2 days

2 Moderators

1 Speaker

20 participants

Course materials supplied, including pre-reading

Collaborative group work

What you’ll learn

Executive Ethics outcomes

  • Build your capacity to identify ethical dilemmas in the workplace and more broadly.
  • Recognise and address ethical blind-spots in yourself and your organisation.
  • Develop tools to meet integrity tests and give voice to values.
  • Connect with a circle of ethical peers to support you post-program.
  • Understand and apply different schools of ethical decision-making.

How it works

Executive Ethics format

Executive Ethics is a two-day program run by two Cranlana Moderators and featuring an expert guest speaker.

Each Executive Ethics program is capped and run under Chatham House Rule to allow participants to rigorously explore issues within a trusted environment.

Participants will be provided with a learning pack which includes written, multimedia and audio content, used to spark dialogue and debate during the program.

Executive Ethics programs are delivered each year in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane. Scholarship places are available for non-profit leaders.

Graduates of the Cranlana Colloquium join Cranlana’s prestigious community of alumni allowing them to stay connected with Cranlana and each other.

Who attends Executive Ethics?

Senior and emerging leaders across the public, private and non-profit sectors, seeking to connect values-based leadership and ethical thinking with their work, organisation and ecosystem.


  • $2,482 (ex. GST)
  • Enquire for not-for-profit rates

I thoroughly enjoyed this program and would highly recommend to leaders, new and experienced. Great facilitators led thought-provoking discussions to help us truly engage with the content and see the opportunities for meaningful application in the workplace or communities they serve.

Caroline Monzon, Executive General Manager, People and Culture Essendon Football Club

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