Ro Allen, Commissioner for Gender & Sexuality and part of Cranlana’s alumni, says “Cranlana called us into that space where you understand that making the right decision calls for bravery.”
Equipping senior leaders with the courage to make ethical decisions in challenging circumstances is what Cranlana Centre’s programs do, so that they can help build a better society.See More
Alumnus Darren Bickham had quite a strong reaction to the Executive Colloquium pre-reading. It’s not for the faint-hearted but, as Darren discovered, it leads you during the program to ‘I get it’ moments which help you understand your place in the world.
“Everyone who leads people should do it. It was an incredible experience.”See More
Cranlana Centre alumna and Fair Work commissioner Katrina Harper-Greenwell talks about the interest based approach to conflict, and how to approach a dispute. “I think where HR can most benefit is getting a better understanding of the mutual, non-biased ethical approach to the dispute resolution process, and what their role is.”
HRM online, 25 November 2019