People in greater Sydney are incredibly frustrated after weeks in lockdown as case numbers are not going down. Dr Matt Beard, Program Director Vincent Fairfax Fellowship, talks about about the moral decisions that locked-down residents are making every day.
ABC News, 29 July 2021See More
What does ethical leadership look like in the time of COVID-19? How do leaders respond to the challenge of rallying staff around a common goal during a global pandemic? Moral philosopher and ethicist Dr Matt Beard, Program Director of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship, in conversation in this Philanthropy Australia podcast.
via Philanthropy Australia , May 2021See More
Brett Beasley talks about new research which suggests that to achieve the highest levels of performance, leaders need both character and competence. And some character strengths matter more than others.
Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, 2021.See More
Australia’s housing market goes crazy — again. In this Inside Story article our Lead Moderator Peter Mares says that the impact of the pandemic on housing has yet to run its course, and Melbourne’s bizarre combination of rising property prices and plummeting rents should caution us against relying heavily on “the market” to allocate a crucial good such as housing.
Inside Story, 15 February 2021See More
Peter Mares, Cranlana’s Lead Moderator, and Dr Michael Fotheringham, Executive Director, AHURI, talk to Hilary Harper and Michael Mackenzie about the impact on housing affordability of the sustained buoyancy in the property market, despite COVD-19.
Life Matters, ABC, 8 December 2020See More