MasterCraft Series – Integrity Masterclass

This workshop will address the following areas related to integrity. Join to improve your understanding and ability to synthesise these concepts into your own approach to ethical decision-making.

  • What's the issue? How can we operationalise ethics and integrity?
  • Normative ethics and ethical decision-making in theory
  • Testing the theories – interactive ethics scenario test
  • The 3 things that disrupt our thinking
  • Practical ethics – what happens in reality?
  • Why good people do bad things
  • The impact of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA)
  • Implications for ethical systems
  • Moral intention theory – how to shift from reactiveness to intentional action
  • The red flags
  • What does this mean for you?
  • How to create a system to maintain integrity and wellbeing in a VUCA environment


portrait photo of Dr Alistair Ping
Dr Alistair Ping

Alistair teaches ethics and leadership in the federal Treasury Graduate Development Program. He is the QUT Colin Brain Governance Fellow and the author of 2 books on ethics and corporate social responsibility in business, 6 personal development books and numerous magazine and newspaper articles. His trilogy of personal development books, BeDo and Faith, have been published in Australia, the UK, the USA and many other English-speaking countries as well as being translated into 11 foreign languages.

In addition to writing, Alistair has worked with organisations in Australia, the UK, the USA and South Africa as a business consultant and leadership trainer. He has managed and implemented large change management programs for global corporations as well as not-for-profit and government bodies. Awarded the 2002 Coral Sea Scholarship from the Australian-American Fulbright Foundation to study corporate social responsibility trends in the US, Alistair has been involved in supporting business leaders through his work at QUT, Mt Eliza Business School and as a facilitator at the De Bono Institute. He has presented for the Australian Institute of Company Directors and was a consultant to the Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum in London.

Participant benefits

  • Discuss integrity and how it impacts decision-making.
  • Solidify your understanding of key principals in ethics.
  • Apply this thinking on integrity in your own workplace.

Suitable for

APS 1 – SES band 1

Craft and User Level

This workshop aligns with the Integrity craft at the Foundation level.


$0 per attendee

3 hours, 9:30 am–12:30 pm (AEST)
Event type
Australia wide
$0 per attendee
50 seats