Leadership, in the context of Australian business, has come to be recognised by a particular set of features.
Amongst the markers of successful business leadership are vision, decisiveness, authority and power. When something is out of alignment in a leader’s thinking and practice, some questionable behaviours emerge. From compromising the ethical standards of the business and its employees, to bullying and corruption, we have come to tolerate, and indeed reward these behaviours as an accepted flip-side of the leadership coin. Clearly there are inherent pitfalls for leaders in balancing the power they wield, with their obligations as moral agents.
Ming has extensive experience as a business leader in a range of areas, including real estate funds and capital management, property development, and financial management. She is included in the list of 100 Women of Influence, was a finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards and led the establishment of the Male Champions of Change in the property industry. She is currently a non-executive Director of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
Ming addresses the statement; 'Recasting corporate leadership: There must be a better way!'
Thursday 24th August 2017 - 6.00pm for 6.30-8.30
Pre-speaker canapes & drinks will be served.
Cranlana House. 62 Clendon Road, Toorak. 3142 (03) 9827 2660
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