Wednesday, 29 May 2013
The Bishop of Worcester delivered an inspiring lecture on ethical leadership at the University of Worcester.
The Rt Revd Dr John Inge gave the Annual Lecture of the College of Fellows at the University, where he spoke about the importance of ethical leadership and how it can be nurtured. His talk was titled: “Take me to your leader: has ethical leadership become an alien concept?”
The Bishop, who is an Honorary Graduate of the University, said: “It is a great honour for me to have been asked to give the Fellows’ Lecture on a subject which is so crucial. The University of Worcester takes a great lead in ethics and I am delighted to be associated with it.”
The Bishop is a long-standing supporter of the World Development Fund and Amnesty International. He is a Trust Protector of Common Purpose, an international leadership organisation which helps people be more effective in their roles and make a contribution to the community and society.