Top 20 Ethical Leadership Sites in 2020
Completing a Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership program is just the start of a lifelong connection with Cranlana.
Cranlana regularly publishes articles, podcasts and videos on its site to supplement and extend our programs’ readings and conversations. They include pieces authored by our alumni, CEO Vanessa Pigrum and Lead Moderator Peter Mares, and curated content on leadership and ethics drawn from a range of sources. These pieces are designed to support alumni in their professional lives by providing useful perspectives to feed into their thinking, and offering an alternate lens through which to consider current issues and events. From AI to animals rights, Black Lives Matter to ethical practice in a pandemic, the topics covered touch on all areas of public and personal life. The pieces aren’t exclusive to alumni – they also provide a repository of thinking on ethical considerations, leadership practice and philosophy for anyone interested in these topics. Which is why the Cranlana Centre site has been named one of the Top 20 Ethical Leadership sites to follow in 2020.
What is exclusive to our alumni program are regular events at which alumni can ‘top-up’ their Cranlana experience, reconnect to their critical reasoning capabilities and re-engage with the unique Cranlana methodology which brings a deeper level of thinking to leadership practice. In the pandemic these events have been transitioned online, and supported with additional events to ensure alumni engagement is strengthened at a time when it’s more vital than ever.
Our events are also a valuable opportunity for alumni to connect with their peers – a network of extraordinary Australian leaders who bring a strong ethical focus to their work.
“I think about the conversations I had at Cranlana every day”Julian Burnside AO, QC
Additionally a quarterly newsletter brings together news from Cranlana and our alumni, and details exclusive alumni-only offerings.
Our private LinkedIn group offers alumni a place within which to share information, start conversations and find support from their peers. Our alumni are spread around the globe. This forum is where they can come together with their cohort, and alumni from other programs over the last 25+ years.
Cranlana is here to build better communities – by strengthening wisdom and ethical courage in our leadership. We are committed to supporting our alumni as they make change for the better in their world.
See the full list of Top 20 Ethical Leadership Sites and Blogs here