A new book, co-authored by Professor Karin Lasthuizen from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington and James Bushell, founder of MOTIF, offers leaders in business and government a practical field guide to ethical leadership.
Written by experts in their field for ethics and sustainability, and featuring Aotearoa New Zealand leaders, businesses, and organisations, HUMANGOOD charts their individual ethical journeys and provides practical tools to help people implement ethical decision-making in their day-to-day operations. One of the experts is former TINZ Chair Suzanne Snively, who talks about how integrity systems help business, including business investment.
As businesses around New Zealand tussle with ethics in an uncertain world, this new ‘field guide’ to ethical leadership reminds us to ask ourselves why we are making the decisions we make and whether they are the right ones. How do our choices impact the world around us? Do they benefit you alone, or do they contribute to the common good?
HUMANGOOD was released at a virtual launch event on Wednesday 16 February 2022. This webinar event included an insightful Q&A panel discussion with HUMANGOOD co-authors James Bushell and Professor Karin Lasthuizen, along with book contributors Aurelie de Cremiers and Sarah Harper of L’Oreal and Sam Hogg of Mingiroa Farm. Watch a recording of the webinar on the Vimeo.
- Wellington School of Business and Government website Book Announcement
- See New book provides businesses with practical ethical tool kit In the December Transparency Times
- HUMANGOOD is now available for orders and an exclusive wholesale offer on the Motif website.