The ethical advantage is the means to a better end

Deen Sanders and John O’Mahony  |  26 August 2021  | 1.00 CE

Australia faces significant challenges ahead - including navigating the health and economic impacts of Covid, responding to emerging issues around the future of work and new technologies, preparing for an increasingly risky geo-political environment, and addressing longstanding challenges such as climate change and reconciliation with Indigenous Australians. Addressing these requires leadership of a quality that enables society to cohere in the face of pressures that would otherwise create divisions. Trust will be at a premium - in turn, this will depend on the quality of et...

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