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Build an Inclusive Culture to Be More Ethical? Implications of the Findings of the Hayne Commission (MELBOURNE)

12 April 2019

There is no question that many of the findings of the Hayne Commission and recommendations made by APRA to address ethical breaches in organisations, point to building a more inclusive culture- such as creating the psychological safety for people to demonstrate curiosity, to express diverse perspectives, to counteract group think, and to leverage diversity of thought- all in the interest of  adopting a more conscious approach to making more ethical decisions. Whilst no direct reference has been made to building a more inclusive culture to achieve these objectives by the Commission or APRA- it is clear to those who understand what constitutes inclusion in the 21st century, that building an inclusive culture is precisely what needs to be done.

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Start
April 12, 2019 8:30 am
End
April 12, 2019 10:00 am
Venue
Herbert Smith Freehills
Address
101 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, 3000