We are proud and excited to announcing that our EdX MOOC on ethical leadership will start on 3 July 2019. We hope you will join us and we look forward to continuing our discussions about ethical leadership in our societies!
Leaders today face pressing demands to address a multitude of global problems and achieve greater sustainability for people, the planet and future generations. This requires a more collaborative, ethical leadership approach. But what does ethical leadership really mean? Learn how to become an ethical business leader in New Zealand’s first-ever ethical leadership MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), offered by Victoria University of Wellington.
Ethical Leadership in a Changing World is a free six-week course on the prestigious edX MOOC platform that will introduce you to the theories and practices of ethical leadership, with a focus on organisations. Through the voices of recognised leaders from New Zealand’s private, public and NGO sectors, you will also hear about the main issues ethical leadership should address.
Individuals, organisations and society all benefit from ethical leadership. Find out how and why this value-based leadership matters to us all.
We are looking back on a successful and enjoyable global conference in Wellington, New Zealand, where we welcomed our new members from the Asia Pacific region and beyond!
We are also thrilled to announce that the 5th PUPOL International Conference will take place on 16 and 17 April 2020 in The Hague, the Netherlands, and will be hosted by the Leiden Leadership Centre. The theme of PUPOL2020 is “Leadership in progress. New avenues in studying and developing public and political leadership.” More news will follow soon!
We are delighted to announce that we have received over 40 paper submissions for PUPOL 2019. The call for papers is now closed. Authors of the 36+ papers that have been accepted have now all been contacted and registrations are under way.
Academic institutions from across the globe – 16 countries – will be represented at this conference. Countries represented include: Australia, Canada, UK, The Netherlands, America, Germany, The United Arab Emirates, Italy, Sweden, Poland, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, The Philippines, South Africa and of course New Zealand.
The conference is being hosted by The Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and will be based on the University’s Marae (Maori meeting house).