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.”
The Mandarin, 5 September 2019
Michael Liffman and Ken Myer were the forces behind the development of the Cranlana Programme, which in April 2019 became the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership when it joined forces with the Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation.See More
“Business is not separate from community, business is an integral part of our community.” Alumna Carol Schwartz and Diane Smith-Gander share a belief that corporate leaders have roles to play in their communities. Both have spoken in support of issues important to them.
The Age, 10 June 2019See More