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Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation

‘Let us remember that the power and wealth of a democracy is measured not only by the number and quality of its eminent leaders but by thousands of ‘little’ leaders who provide its real strength.’

Vincent Fairfax address at the opening of the Birthright Conference, 8 October 1983.

VFFF Ethics in Leadership

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.

www netdania com rates 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.

buy genuine fincar in the u.s. 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.

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Board of Directors

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VFELF Director from 9 December 2009
VFELF Chairman from November 2013

تداول الخيارات الثنائية مع فرانكو Angus White was appointed a Director of the Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Program in December 2009 and appointed Chairman in November 2013. He served as a Director of the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation from 2002 – 2006 and was reappointed for a further term in November 2013.   Angus is a Director and Chair of various philanthropic, not for profit and private investment Boards. He has degrees in Commerce and Teaching and is a MAICD. At Australian Red Cross NSW he worked as a Case Manager assisting asylum seekers and refugees, and was State Coordinator of the Breakfast Club program. He served as inaugural Chair of Milk Crate Theatre, working with homeless and socially marginalised communities in Sydney.

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VFELF Chairman 1 December 2007- 14 October 2013
VFELF Director from 24 September 2006

köp Viagra på nätet Lycksele, Sverige The Honourable Robert Cartwright was appointed a Director of the VFFF on 13 March 2009 and Director of the Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation on 24 Sept 2006. He was the Senior Deputy President of Fair Work Australia (previously the Australian Industrial Relations Commission) until 31 March 2011 and past President of the Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal from 2004 to 2009. Prior to appointment to the AIRC in 2001, he held senior positions in industry as a Group Managing Director of Telstra Corporation Ltd and over 15 years in the CRA group of companies, including Managing Director of Comalco Rolled Products and President of An Mau Steel Company, Taiwan.

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VFELF Director from 24 April 2008

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VFELF Director from 16 September 2010

Peter Wilson AM was appointed Director of VFELF on 16 September 2010.  Peter is Chairman of the Australian Human Resource Institute Limited, and also the Australian Network on Disability Limited. He is immediate past Chairman of Yarra Valley Water, immediate past Chair and a Director of Vision Super and is Secretary-General of the World HR Federation (WFPMA). He became a Director of the Victorian Teachers Mutual Bank in May 2016

Peter led the Business Council’s program to mentor senior executive women, is an Advisory Council member of the Harvard Business Review and is Adjunct Professor in Management at the Monash Business School in Melbourne. He authored the book “Make Mentoring Work” in 2012 & 2015, and delivered the 2014 Kingsley Laffer Oration at Sydney University.

Peter held senior executive appointments at ANZ, Amcor and the Federal Treasury, CEO of the Energy 21 Group, and also a range of senior board directorships.

Peter lives in Melbourne and has two adult children.

 

Organisations supported

VFELF currently supports:

Latest Grants

  • Australian National University
    $300,000 over two years towards the Next Generation Farming Management and Biodiversity Project, to help farmers in rural Australia better manage the natural assets on their farms.
  • Australian Schools Plus
    $79,000 to establish a resource pool of school coaches to support the delivery of the Fair Education Program.
  • Refugee Advice & Casework Service
    $500,000 towards ensuring people seeking asylum in NSW under the 'fast track' process are able to lodge their applications for protection within the shortened deadline of the Australian Government.
  • Western Sydney University
    $336,892 over two years for the Bulundidi Gudaga Study - a research project to examine the effectiveness of an early childhood intervention program among Aboriginal children in south-western Sydney.
  • Farmers for Climate Action
    $50,000 in core support to establish Farmers for Climate Action.
  • Sydney Youth Orchestra
    $50,000 towards music workshops for students in Central West, NSW.