Course Content
Communicating your organisational mission and goals
This topic focuses on aligning an organisation's mission and goals with its strategic direction. It establishes links between these objectives and the responsibilities of various stakeholders, ensuring effective communication through suitable media and language. It also involves setting clear expectations, investigating incidents, and following organisational policies for communication.
Influencing groups and individuals
This topic involves decision-making in line with policies, promoting policy improvements, adapting to global and technological changes, and representing the organisation in media and community contexts.
Building and supporting teams
This topic focuses on effective team leadership. It involves assigning roles based on competencies and operational plans, providing necessary resources, cultivating a positive workplace culture, and encouraging teams to innovate in their approach to tasks.
Demonstrating personal and professional competence
This topic emphasises personal and professional growth by promoting ethical behaviour, adapting leadership and interpersonal styles, setting and pursuing objectives, and engaging in continuous professional development and networking.
BSBLDR602 Provide leadership across the organisation
About Lesson

Leaders need to ensure that the organisation’s ethical values are understood and followed. Having clear direction on ethics to be followed is also very important as it reduces organisation risk and enhances performance.

Ethics are essentially the moral guidelines that an organisation requires for all staff to follow. While workplace ethics may vary from industry to industry, there are common ethical values that would apply to most workplaces.

Ethical values are almost always contained in Code of Conducts and related procedures.  Examples of ethical values are:

  • Values in relation to workplace behaviour – for example, treating others with respect and expectations of whether relationships between staff are acceptable.
  • Values in relation to gifts – for example, are staff allowed to accept gifts from customers.
  • Values in relation to conflicts of interest – for example, what constitutes a conflict of interest and how it must be declared.

This video explores workplace ethics and ethical behavior. It emphasises the importance of leaders in promoting clear ethical values within organizations and outlines common ethical values found in workplaces. The concept of business ethics is introduced, highlighting its relevance to corporate conduct. Different ethical approaches like Utilitarianism and the Rights Approach are discussed. Additionally, the video underscores the significance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in promoting ethical and socially responsible business practices, which improve brand perception, attract talent, and appeal to investors.