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Comprehensive analysis of how perceptions of leadership are changing in response to events, over time, and across sectors and institutions.
LEADERSHIP DURING COVID-19
ALI Annual report 2019
Quarterly reports provide a timely assessment of current events and how perceptions of leadership change in response.
Since we started tracking public perceptions of leadership for the greater good, the Australian Leadership Index has never recorded a positive ALI score. During the COVID-19 pandemic, public perceptions have changed dramatically, shifting the ALI score from -13 in March 2020 to +8 in June 2020.
The March 2020 quarterly report comes at the end of the bushfire crisis of 2019/2020 and the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which was in its infancy at the time of data collection. This quarterly report describes the key findings from the March 2020 Australian Leadership Index.
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Recent years have witnessed growing, if uneven, concern about environmental sustainability and the need to address actually existing unsustainability. What role do perceptions of leaders’ focus on creating environmental value play in public perceptions of leadership for the greater good in the government, public, private and not-for-profit sectors?
As community expectations have grown concerning the degree to which institutions, especially businesses, should create social value, there has been a concomitant decline in expectations that institutions should focus solely on creating economic value. In academe, there is a now voluminous literature on these topics, as found in research into corporate social responsibility and responsible leadership, to name but two strands of research in the domain of business and society.
Recent years have witnessed growing concern about the social value created by organisations, especially but not exclusively in the business sector. Consider, for example, the now voluminous literature on social responsibility, in general, and corporate social responsibility, in particular. The burgeoning literature on ethical and responsible leadership is another manifestation of this widespread concern for the social value created by organisations and institutions.