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Principled
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When trust is destroyed in the workplace, how do you restore it?

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Overview

In the era of #metoo, ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’ few would dispute that we face a global crisis around trust in the workplace and more broadly in society. When the CSIRO released its Australian National Outlook 2019, it identified trust as one of the future key challenges the nation faces in relation to governments, business, non-government organisations and the media. It is less likely that a company will be able to innovate and remain competitive if trust is low or absent.

Prominent Australian educator Paul Browning faced this situation when the school he led became embroiled in The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Principled draws on Browning’s first-hand experience of navigating an organisation through this highly public ethical crisis and outlines the challenges he faced as a leader. Bringing together evidence-based research and over 20 years of management experience, Paul Browning offers timely advice on the 10 key practices that can help executives build and develop skills to become more trustworthy leaders.

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Paul Browning

Paul Browning

Dr Paul Browning has been a school principal for more than twenty years and is currently Headmaster of St Paul’s School in Brisbane, which is listed amongst the world’s 100 most innovative learning organisations by Cambridge University’s Innovation 800 series. Paul is a sought-after guest speaker in Australia and internationally, drawing from his evidenced-based research: ‘Compelling Leadership – the importance of trust and how to get it’. As reported in The Courier-Mail, Browning is ‘one of the most respected and influential figures in education in the country’. He was awarded best non-government school principal in 2018 and is the recipient of the Miller-Grassie Award for Outstanding Leadership in Education for his contribution to research, literature and leadership.