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2019 Australian Leadership Index Annual Report

2019 Australian Leadership Index Annual Report

Overall, our 2019 annual report findings show a significant gap between public perceptions and expectations across all indicators of leadership for the greater good across government, public, private and not for profit sectors. Australian institutions are not living up to the expectations of the general public.

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Leadership for the greater good and responsiveness to society

Leadership for the greater good and responsiveness to key stakeholders

One of the many factors that makes leadership complicated is identifying the stakeholders whose interests ought to be considered in any given decision or course of action. The need to consider the interests of specific communities, society-at-large and future generations complicates the work of socially responsible leadership.

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Leadership for the greater good and ethicality

Leadership for the greater good and ethicality

Against a backdrop of ethical scandals, there is a growing appreciation of the need for ethical leadership. ALI research reveals that ethicality is a strong predictor of leadership in the government, public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

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Leadership for the greater good and the creation of social value

Leadership for the greater good and the creation of social value

There is growing concern about the social value created by organisations, especially in the business sector. The literature on social responsibility, ethical and responsible leadership is another manifestation of this widespread concern for the social value created by organisations and institutions.

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Explainer: The Greater Good and Why it Matters More Than Ever

Explainer: The Greater Good and Why it Matters More Than Ever

Although the term civilisation has less currency today than it once did, most of us see ourselves as living in a civilisation. And, as posited by John Ralston Saul, our understanding of civilisation tends to be centred on a sense of shared destiny; on shared interests, collective purpose and a common future.

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