In the aftermath of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, a skeptical public is looking for leaders to reframe organisational culture and behaviour, putting long-term benefit ahead of short-term gain. How can leaders prepare to “do well” and “do good”?
Ethical Leadership in an Accelerating World is designed for AGSM alumni and guests. Participants will increase their understanding of the dynamic forces impacting ethical leadership today to make strategic business decisions, uncover new market opportunities, and more effectively engage with cynical consumers. An emphasis will be placed on how leadership behaviour impacts industries, markets, and workforces, and the implications of inaction.
Ethical Leadership in an Accelerating World draws on subject matter expertise from across the AGSM alumni and UNSW academic communities and a panel of leaders from the corporate, for-purpose, government and startup sectors will share their first-hand experiences as agents of change.
09.00: Welcome: Nick Wailes, Director AGSM and Deputy Dean UNSW Business School
09.15: Keynote Opening Session: Dr Simon Longstaff, Executive Director, The Ethics Centre
10.15: Panel Discussion: Ethical Leadership in an Accelerating World: Doing Well + Doing Good.
Facilitator: Dr Tracy Wilcox, Academic Director, Postgraduate Programs, UNSW Business School
Emma Weston, Co-Founder and CEO, Agri-Digital
Phil Vernon, Managing Director, Australian Ethical Investment
Amanda Wallace, Head of Corporate Communications, Insurance Australia Group (IAG)
11.30: Masterclass and case study: Unravelling Ethical Dilemmas
Facilitator: Professor Pamela Hanrahan, UNSW Business School Special Advisor, Australian Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking and Financial Services Sector.
Patrick Sharry, Director at People and Decisions, AGSM Fellow, Program Director and Adjunct Faculty Member
Tim Bednall, Partner (M&A) at King Wood Mallesons
Vivek Prabhu, Head of Fixed Income at Perpetual Limited, Board Member for the UNSW Business School Alumni Advisory Board
Dr. Dimity Podger, Director and Principal at Barasa Consulting Group Pty Ltd
13.30: Lunch and networking
14.30: Forum concludes
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