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Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation

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Bonuses The Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation (VFELF) was established by the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation and Fairfax family members with the particular aim of developing ‘ethical leadership’ in Australia. Through funding a number of programs in leadership development, VFELF seeks to support the development of high standards of ethics in leadership so that outstanding Australians can expand their capacity to make a significant impact for the good of the community.

order Priligy no prescription in Clarksville Tennessee During the latter part of his life, Sir Vincent was particularly keen to encourage the development of good leadership. He envisaged that the landscape of leadership in Australia would be shaped by people who would lead their communities and organisations with their thoughts, beliefs, decisions and actions grounded in a sound ethical framework.

enter VFELF-funded programs aim to equip participants with the insights, conviction, behaviours, skills and knowledge to make considered ethical decisions and actions, having regard to those affected and treating others as they themselves would wish to be treated.

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The Wisdom Project

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The Wisdom Project is a collection of stories from the inaugural cohort of the Vincent Fairfax Fellows that completed the programme more than 20 years ago. Drawing on the balance of time and experience, these stories document the paths taken by the Fellows since the conclusion of their first programme. The Wisdom Project provides a candid snapshot of the challenges inherent in ethical leadership, and how the Fellowship continues to inform the professional and personal lives of the Fellows long after its conclusion. Our sincere thanks to author John Landmark and all the inaugural Fellows for their generosity in sharing their stories.

 

http://bda-online.com.au/brent-armstrong Board of Directors

http://rentingzone.pl/?gnezdo=opcje-binarne-tomasz-kowalczuk Angus D. White
VFELF Director from 9 December 2009
VFELF Chairman from November 2013

http://belvederefireisland.com/?komilfo=mercato-operazioni-binarie-demo&0d2=0a The Honourable Robert N. Cartwright
VFELF Chairman 1 December 2007- 14 October 2013
VFELF Director from 24 September 2006

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VFELF Director from October 2016

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VFELF Director from October 2016

http://www.selectservices.co.uk/?propeler=lg-option-trading&eb9=4d Timothy V. Fairfax AC
VFELF Director from October 2016

http://www.accomacinn.com/?falos=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-funktionsweise binäre optionen funktionsweise Annabel F. Dulhunty
VFELF Director from October 2016

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VFELF Director from October 2016

http://thermovolt.se/?selimorno=bin%C3%A4ra-optioner-robot&d90=3a Joseph O’Brien
VFELF Director from October 2016

For Director biographies, please see VFFF Board of Directors

Organisations supported

VFELF currently supports:

Latest Grants

  • Cullunghutti Aboriginal Centre
    $507,350 over three years towards core operations of the Wellbeing Hub at Nowra East Public School, a coordinated access point for services to support students and families in Nowra.
  • Our Community Project
    $287,063 over three years to employ a Communications and Business Development Manager to support Green Connect's business growth and increase employment opportunities for refugees.
  • SCARF
    $518,807 over three years for core operations support towards SCARF’s transition from a founder-led charity model to a social business.
  • St Andrews Cathedral
    $650,000 towards the redevelopment of St Andrews Cathedral Chapter House.
  • Rural Aid Australia
    $40,000 towards the Farm Rescue program in NSW, a program that coordinates skilled tradespeople and other volunteers to carry out key, small-scale infrastructure projects in regional areas.
  • Milton Ulladulla Men's Shed
    $50,000 towards the construction of a new shed
  • The Pyjama Foundation
    $45,000 to expand the Love of Learning program to Western Sydney, a program that provides reading tuition to children in foster care.