While books, podcasts and videos on the subject of leadership abound, what they don’t provide is the opportunity to test and challenge yourself with peers. Being able to openly share perspectives on, insights into and doubts about their leadership practice expands and deepens their understanding of the stakeholders, systems and communities within which they operate. For leaders to whom ethical considerations and principles are important, these kinds of conversations are particularly valuable.
Do the Salons in the tradition of the European literary and philosophical movements offer a model for conversation which meets these needs?
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Completing a Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership program is just the start of a lifelong connection with Cranlana.
Cranlana regularly publishes articles, podcasts and videos on its site to supplement and extend our programs’ readings and conversations. They include pieces authored by our alumni, CEO Vanessa Pigrum and Lead Moderator Peter Mares, and curated content on leadership and ethics drawn from a range of sources. These pieces are designed to support alumni in their professional lives by providing useful perspectives to feed into their thinking, and offering an alternate lens through which to consider current issues and events. From AI to animals rights, Black Lives Matter to ethical practice in a pandemic, the topics covered touch on all areas of public and personal life. The pieces aren’t exclusive to alumni – they also provide a repository of thinking on ethical considerations, leadership practice and philosophy for anyone interested in these topics. Which is why the Cranlana Centre site has been named one of the Top 20 Ethical Leadership sites to follow in 2020.See More
Organisations’ responses during the current crisis are being closely watched by stakeholders, as will be their choices moving forward. Whether your current focus is on risk management, crisis management or imagining what the future looks like for your organisations, a strong shared ethical base going forward is vital.
“The need for leadership development has never been more urgent. Companies of all sorts realize that to survive in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment, they need leadership skills and organizational capabilities different from those that helped them succeed in the past.….” The Future of Leadership Harvard Business Review.
Online learning can support the development of those capacities.
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According to LinkedIn’s new Workforce Confidence Index 91% of people working from home say their time spent learning online will stay the same or increase in the next two weeks.
This enthusiastic embrace of online learning is great news for organisations aware of the critical importance of maintaining professional development for their teams as they prepare for a resilient future.
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What is Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership?
Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership is Monash University, The Myer Foundation and Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation working in partnership.
We don’t teach leadership skills. We help leaders put the skills they have to use – with clarity, wisdom and courage by drawing on more than two millennia of philosophical thinking to foster in-depth, practical discussions that sharpen critical reasoning.
Relating those philosophical concepts directly to challenges they’ve encountered, participants examine and strengthen their personal ethical frameworks, giving themselves a solid footing for steering future decision-making.See More