This intensive ethics program is tailored for senior-level leaders looking to hone their critical thinking skills and deeply interrogate their own ethical framework, building a solid moral scaffolding to guide their future leadership.
Drawing on more than 2000 years of philosophy, spanning both ancient and contemporary critical thinkers, participants take part in rigorous discussions that examine the very essence of what it means to act ethically in their lives and work. By investigating the morality of the crucial judgements they face, they’ll equip themselves for better, more considered ethical decision-making – and will likely leave with their approach to leadership fundamentally transformed.
Colloquium courses are delivered across the year in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra.
Scholarship places are available specifically for leaders from the not-for-profit, arts and culture, start-up and community sectors.
There are three versions of this flagship program, two of which are designed specifically for the Australian Public Service at all levels – state, federal and local. They are offered online and in person to allow emerging and senior government professionals from around the country to come together to explore ethical leadership practices within the public sector ecosystem.
Participants join our extensive network of Cranlana Alumni, gaining access to a range of exclusive events where they can deepen their connection with some of Australia’s most extraordinary leaders.
For more information contact Cranlana Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 03 9902 4220.