Posts Tagged ‘wisdom’

social impact

Cranlana is dedicated to strengthening wise and courageous leadership. Our purpose is to equip leaders to create change for the better in our society. After working with senior leaders across the private, government and not for profit sectors for nearly 30 years, have we? We launched our inaugural impact evaluation survey late last year to find out.

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ethical boards

Are you contemplating joining a Board? Perhaps you’re taking up your first board role this year. Or are you an old hand, and member of many? Board membership can be prestigious, and a chance to support an organisation you believe in. By lending your experience and wisdom you can make a significant impact. It can be professionally and personally satisfying. It can also be a risk to your reputation and legacy if that Board or organisation misbehaves.

1 February 2020

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ethical leadership

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 2020

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integrity

In this podcast Richard Bistrong, CEO of Front-Line Anti-Bribery, talks about how leaders and organisations need to navigate the tension between the pressure to succeed and the pressure to comply. How we can make the values on the wall operational in the business. Why we should encourage conversations about real-world ethical dilemmas. Why middle managers have a crucial role in whether the message and culture of ethics will be amplified, distorted, discarded, or discounted on the front-lines.

via Leading Transformational Change, October 2020

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ethics purpose

Is 2020 the year purpose went mainstream? Taking an ethical stand isn’t as easy as it seems. Where the lines are drawn, how seemingly impossible ethical dilemmas are solved, and how to reconcile commerce and altruism are among the issues that arise for companies who decide to pursue “purpose” as part of their business.

via Forbes, 14 October 2020

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