The Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership works towards facilitating a transparent and ethically sound business sector. Professor Karin Lasthuizen is the inaugural and current Chair.

PRME Chairs series

PRME Funded Chairs Series

Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) has launched a seminar series where WSBG's Chairs will discuss the Sustainable Development Goals. The series will run from April to November 2021.

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Integrity Town: Sensitive Expenditure

Learn about the basics, policies and types of sensitive expenditure through a series of videos from the Office of the Auditor-General, featuring Professor Karin Lasthuizen.

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Ethical leadership: Opportunities and challenges for Aotearoa New Zealand

This research explores the meaning of ethical leadership and its role in addressing the main ethical issues in New Zealand.

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