CSIRO names trust as a top five priority to achieve Outlook Vision 2060
The Australian National Outlook 2019 (ANO) — a new report from the CSIRO, NAB and more than 20 partners which looks out to 2060 — signals Australia may face a slow decline if it takes no action on the most significant economic, social and environmental challenges.
However, if these challenges are tackled head on, that Australia could look forward to a positive Outlook Vision, with strong economic growth, ‘net zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, affordable energy, and more liveable major cities.
The report identifies five key shifts needed to achieve the Outlook Vision, including a cultural shift — restoring the trust in institutions, companies and politics.
"To put Australia on the path to the most prosperous future though requires a new way of thinking and a new type of leadership which cuts across all walks of life in our great country," said CSIRO Chief Executive Larry Marshall.
IPAA Victoria’s Integrity and Ethical Leadership Program (IELP) was developed in co-design with Victoria’s public purpose sector. One of the program’s long term ambitions is to contribute to resorting trust in our public institutions, by equipping leaders with the skills to build positive integrity cultures and to practice ethical leadership.
Limited places remain for the July to October 2019 Senior Executive IELP and IPAA Victoria is taking interest for the 2020 programs. If you are a senior, experienced public purpose sector leader, IPAA Victoria invites you to make an expression of interest. To find out more and make your expression of interest, click here.