Alumnus Jerome Reid, Australian Department of Defence – Joint Capabilities Group – talks about the power of ethical thinking and how the Cranlana program “completely deconstructed the entire fabric” of his thinking. “I realised I needed to rethink my decision-making, shed my biases and rethink my world view.”
“An ethical leader is at pains to question how they live with the contradictions and tensions of leading in a modern organisation and how to do that in an ethically rigorous way. It’s about building a better society.”
Qantas Magazine, April 2020See More
Cranlana’s alumni are an international group, making a difference across the globe. Sometimes their pets make an impact too. Karen’s dog Cactus this year inadvertently joined thousands of human runners are competing in Marathon Des Sables in Morocco.
Daily Mail 12 April 2019