There’s a strong trend in a lot of organisations to try to address ethical issues through system design, behavioural economics and nudging. Dr Matt Beard understands the motivation behind it but has concerns about that development. He says building skills in philosophical ethics could assist public servants in their response to complex issues and boost public trust.
via The Mandarin ,24 June 2021See More
Cranlana Centre Lead Moderator Peter Mares believes now is the best time for public servants to reset personal motivation and re-imagine common concepts like consultation and collaboration, with the support of ethical allies.
via The Mandarin, 1 April 2021See More
Neil Scales OBE, Vincent Fairfax Fellow and Cranlana alumnus, reflects on the challenges he’s faced as Queensland’s Director-General, Transport and Main Roads, during COVD-19. A leader who brings a strong ethical focus to his work, Neil says consistency and clarity of communication has enabled him to make and implements some of the most complex and difficult decisions of his career.
The Mandarin, 4 December 2020See More
As we near the end of what has been been an extraordinary year globally, leaders in every sector and industry are future planning. You know ethical leadership is key to the success of that future, but it’s hard. How do you make the right decision when you face competing interests, conflicting advice, partial information and tight deadlines? What if doing the right thing is bad for the bottom line in the short-term or damages your career prospects? Wherever you and your team are starting 2021 – together, remotely, refining your existing business or reimagining what it could be – we can help you. Online and in-person 2021 programs are open for registration now.See More
We’re often confronted with a choice between acting in a way that expresses our deep-seated values and ideals, and acting in a way that promotes a better outcome in the here and now. A familiar context in which this problem presents itself is at the ballot box. So what should you do?
via Psyche, 28 October 2020See More