Social movements are increasingly influencing the way directors think about the broader implications of the decisions they make and the customers, stakeholders and communities they serve. But does that mean having a loud hailer at the ready?
This third episode addresses the potential pitfalls and responsibilities for boards when dealing with broader social issues like racism, gender inequality, sexual harassment and modern slavery, including the proposed changes to the Company Directors Amendment Bill.
Presenters: Kirsten Patterson and Sonia Yee
Sound engineer: Marc Chesterman
People: Jo Cribb, Rhiannon McKinnon, Lani Evans, Dr Duncan Webb, Kevin Kenrick, Lola Toppin-Casserly, Dr Emily Beausoleil, Dr Christina Stringer
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