The Head of Programs is responsible for refining and adapting Cranlana’s core program, and for developing and delivering tailored programs.
- Developing better leaders across government
- Helping high-level decision-makers
- Exceptional opportunity for a strategic leader
· Developing better leaders across government, education, business, military and the community sector to hone critical reasoning and ethical thinking
· We help high-level decision-makers see the bigger picture of the issues they face in senior leadership roles
· Exceptional opportunity for a strategic leader with experience in ethical program development and building at a critical time for our nation
Across our nation, it is our leaders – in business, community, military and government – who set the tone for how our society operates and the values we live by.
Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership is dedicated to building better leaders. By engaging in deep interrogation of more than 2000 years of philosophy and contemporary critical thinking that hones participants critical reasoning and ethical thinking, we help high-level decision-makers better reflect and see the bigger picture of the issues they, and we as a nation, face.
Established in 1993 by the Myer Foundation, the Cranlana Programme – as it was called then – was created to promote informed discussion about responsible and ethical leadership.
Over the past 30 years thousands of Australian leaders have experienced Cranlana’s distinctive approach to leadership development across our many programs, including the centre-piece Executive Colloquium and more recently the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship.
Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership is now a partnership between Monash University, The Myer Foundation and Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation.
This extraordinary collaboration provides Cranlana with an unrivalled opportunity to reach an even wider cohort of current and future leaders across the nation – that enables us to deepen our contribution to building better, more ethically driven leadership in Australia.
The Head of Programs is responsible for refining and adapting Cranlana’s core program, and for developing and delivering tailored programs for a diverse range of clients, participants and alumni.
The role works closely with the CEO, Board and the Cranlana team, along with a highly experienced group of sessional moderators and partners across the University, to ensure that Cranlana’s programs find the most impactful balance between foundational philosophical frameworks and contemporary, diverse voices that represent 21st century Australia.
This is a unique role offered at an exciting time in Cranlana’s evolution and a critical time for our nation.
Please contact the search consultant assisting Monash University for more information on Cranlana, the role and the key requirements.
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