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
Does AI—and, more specifically, conscious AI—deserve moral rights?
In this video thought exploration, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, ethics and tech professor Joanna Bryson, philosopher and cognitive scientist Susan Schneider, physicist Max Tegmark, philosopher Peter Singer, and bioethicist Glenn Cohen all weigh in on the question of AI rights.
via Big Think, 8 July 2020See More
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
Leaders and businesses that recognise the importance of ethics and integrity are strongly positioned to move confidently and positively into the future.
To achieve this a strong ethical framework for decision making is crucial.
Confidence in your moral agency and ethical leadership capacity will prepare you for the foreseen, and unforeseen, challenges of the future.
By understanding the fundamental philosophies that underpin our society, today’s leaders can learn to critically examine the ethical impact of their actions – so they can help build a better society together.
Investing in your own professional development and that of your team ensures you share an understanding of the ethical choices you and your organisation are facing.
Leaders who have done this hard work are better prepared to make the right decision at the right time for the right reason.See More