Business has never been more challenged as we move into a world of AI and Robotics. How do we ensure a just and orderly transition in an environment where there is such a trust deficit and a growing sense of inequality (real or perceived)?
What role does Ethics have to play? What legacy can we hope to leave our children and grandchildren? Peter Joseph, Chairman and Simon Longstaff, Executive Director of the St James Ethics Centre, will reflect on these questions after a lifetime in business and the social sector.
The St James Ethics Centre is an independent not for profit organisation that has been working for 25 years to help people and organisations navigate the complexity and uncertainty of difficult ethical issues.
Friday 13th April - Pymble Golf Club, Cowan Rd St Ives
Breakfast & networking from 7:00am
Presentation 7:30 – 8:30am
Tickets: $35 including breakfast
Further information: Charlotte 02 9496 2300
An event by the Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce & Rotary Club St Ives - proudly supported by Peter Vickers Business Group
Peter Joseph AM. Peter Joseph has over 40 years’ experience as an investment banker and company director. He received a Rotary Foundation Fellowship for International Understanding to do an MBA at Ohio State University in 1967 and 1968. Peter has been a Director of many public and private companies including BT Australia, Dominion Mining, Bridge Oil and the GPT Group. He was Chairman, St Vincent’s Hospital and Mater Health Sydney, Chairman of the Riverview College Council. He is Chairman of the Black Dog Institute, The Ethics Centre, The Health-Science Alliance. Peter has a B.Com from the University of Queensland and a Master’s in Business Administration from Ohio State University
Dr Simon Longstaff AO. Simon’s is a Fellow of CPA Australia and an Honorary Professor at ANU. Simon began work in Groote Eylandt for the BHP subsidiary, GEMCO. After he studied law in Sydney he undertook postgraduate studies in philosophy as a Member of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Simon has been Executive Director of The Ethics Centre since 1991. He was the inaugural President of The Australian Association for Professional & Applied Ethics and serves on a number of Boards and committees across a broad spectrum of companies and organisations.