Ethical Leadership Program


DATES:       5 -7 February 2019 (Melbourne)

                          2 - 4 April 2019 (Sydney)

FEE:            $1,950 + GST


Learn how to be an effective leader, with the integrity and skills to make a difference in your workplace.


The Ethical Leadership Program challenges you to ask hard ethical questions. This course will give you the tools to apply important ethical principles and find answers to the issues you and your business face. The Program teaches leaders to develop a way of thinking that ensures effective action, without compromise to integrity or the worth of others.


"The Ethical Leadership Program has been a defining moment for me. It has provided me with a framework to reason within, words to attach to difficult conversations and a group of strangers that I now call friends, bound by purpose and as one tribe." Keith Govias, National WHS Manager, The Reject Shop




​"What a fantastic program this was, not only did we walk out with useful tools and frameworks and a practical approach to our individual ethical challenges, but we also met and made friends with a fantastic group of people." Annalise Bamford, Director, Executive Services and Oversight​, Dept. Health & Human Services Victoria



We are looking for leaders with the drive to influence workplace culture. Typically, this course is attended by:

  • Executives from ASX200 companies and top 500 Australian private companies.
  • Leadership teams from the not-for-profit sector.
  • Leaders from government organisations.
  • Human resources managers.
  • Workplace culture specialists.
  • Team leaders responsible for front-line ethical decision-making.

Ethical-Leadership-ProgramPROGRAM STRUCTURE

The Ethical Leadership Program is a three day course delivered at Cranlana in Toorak, Melbourne. The program uses case studies, in-depth discussions, coaching and mentoring to develop your ethical reasoning and skills. A major feature of the program is the opportunity to participate in discussion and simulations of ethical challenges from diverse perspectives. Each program is capped at 20 students to create the best environment for open and confidential discussions about challenging ethical issues.


You will develop skills to support ethical decision-making in your role as a leader. The course aims to:

  • Improve your ethical reasoning and thought leadership skills.
  • Provide a framework to practically apply ethical decision-making in your workplace.
  • Develop skills for building an ethical culture at your organisation.
  • Enhance your communication skills,specifically having conversations at work about ethics.


To apply, please complete the application form in the Ethical Leadership Program brochure or email Brittany Pullen