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Leadership & Environmental Ethics

Develop leadership capabilities that are premised on the capacity to recognise, describe, analyse and apply the different ethical models and value systems that underpin socioecological action.

This course aims to enable participants to develop leadership capabilities that are premised on the capacity to recognise, describe, analyse and apply the different ethical models and value systems that underpin socioecological action. Central themes will include: - the underlying ethical value systems of different leadership approaches; - philosophical models for conceptualising environmental problems and the related approaches to environmental ethics“ and why understanding these enables pragmatic action in conflicts in and around sustainable solutions - relationship between environmental and social ethics, e.g. economic efficiency, freedom, equality and justice; - models of, and approaches to, leadership within society and human organisations; - the ethics of sustainability and process-oriented leadership; - complexity, ethics and leadership; - creativity, spirituality and personal unfolding; - case studies and exercises

Eve

Eve Annecke is responsible for creating the SI's approach to learning, and her masters level teaching is in sustainability, complexity, leadership, environmental ethics and facilitation.