The Cove and the Centre for Australian Army Leadership (CAAL) is pleased to link you with the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership Webinar Series.

Cranlana is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to strengthening wise and courageous leadership. It is through the collaboration of Monash University, The Myer Foundation and Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation that enables them to draw on more than two millennia of philosophical thinking to foster in-depth, practical discussions that sharpen critical reasoning and strengthen moral courage. 


Below is the 2021 webinar series hosted by Cranlana for CAAL so that you can build upon the ethical decision making concepts discussed.
Webinar #4 - Moral Injury and Duty of Care - 1hr, 24 mins    **  NEW  **
It is now widely accepted that military personnel are at risk of moral injury, especially (though not only) when deployed to conflict zones. It is important that ADF members and Department of Defence staff are familiar with the concept of moral injury from both an individual and leadership standpoint.



Webinar #3 - Ethical Grey Zones - 1hr, 22mins

This release of 'Ethical Grey Zones' covers a wide range of topics including mercenaries, pirates and information warfare. The catch with ethics is that there often isn't a black and white answer. We often live in 'ethical grey zones' and a good way to learn how to deal with these difficult scenarios is to continue to expose yourself and learn about all the different considerations from the experts. 



Webinar #2 - Ethical Blindspots - 1hr, 26mins


Webinar #1 - Ethical Decision Making - 1hr, 30 mins