Leaders, believe it or not, you don’t know everything. And not only is that OK, but your employees already know it—so one of the most important things you can do is acknowledge it. So says Vanessa Pigrum, CEO of Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership at Monash University.
via Venture Magazine, 23 November 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
Alumnus Samantha Murray, Siemens Digital Industries Software ANZ CEO and Vice President, is a mental health advocate who sees the direct link between good mental health in the office and a successful organisation. In this article in CEO Magazine she talks about her “true belief … that without the mental and physical health of your teams, you don’t have a bottom line. If staff aren’t in a good headspace, if they’re not looking out for each other or feeling passionate about their work, your bottom line will struggle. Their mental health is just as important as revenue.”
via CEO Magazine, 6 November 2020See More
While the leaders interviewed in this BBC video have been asked for advice for Trump and Biden, their insights into leadership, gathered during their time as leaders of their communities, are broadly and universally applicable.
The three elders – Stephen Oruma Ole Nkaru from Kenya, Ven. Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche from Tibet and John Rice, Zahgausgai Mukwa from Wasauksing First Nation in Canada – know what it takes to become a leader. From deep in the Maasai lands of Kenya to high in the mountains of Tibet, these traditional leaders share wisdom that has relevance for every leader.
via BBC, 3 November 2020See More
This episode of the ABC’s Q+A looks at accountability, ethics and leadership. With public trust in our politicians and institutions like the banks at an all-time low, how do we achieve a more ethical Australia? Could we embed ethics into all levels of society? What are the principles you try to live by, and do you see them reflected in national institutions?
via Q+A, ABC, 26 October 2020See More