Spirituality, Ethics & Sustainability in Leadership

Thursday 30th November, 2017

In this exciting conclusion to the LEx series, hear from young and experienced leaders in a part panel discussion part Q&A on the topic of ethics and sustainability in leadership.


Panelists will discuss why ethics and sustainability in business is

key and how incorporating these principles has led to their success

and happiness. Speakers will also talk about their personal

leadership journey, highlighting the challenges and wins in

breathing these concepts into their businesses.


The series will end with the Burning Man ceremony, to celebrate the leadership skills learned within this series, and a ‘cleansing’ fire to offload burdens and symbolic pledge of stewardship to ‘grow’ your community and your leadership.


Our speakers will explore how spirituality can inspire leadership, followed by an exciting panel discussion on the challenges and successes of incorporating ethics and sustainability into leadership practices.


Chiu Chi became Chair of Hawaiian in 2000 and holds a number of international Board positions.


Starting his career with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Western Australia, Chiu Chi has been a director of a major Malaysian property group since 1979.

Chiu Chi initiated the company philosophy of "the unity of business and people". Under Chiu Chi’s stewardship the company strives to reflect human values of which we can all be proud.


As much as Hawaiian is a business, it is a collective of people that take a long-term perspective around the growth of the communities in which we operate.

Hawaiian’s position in the property sector is been directly accredited to the atypical approach. Outside of Hawaiian,


Chiu Chi has helped guide many educational organisations in Perth, Kuala Lumpur, Nepal, Thailand and Singapore. He is also founder and director of the spiritual healing centre Blue Body.

Sandra Kremple is a media personality who has presented on prime time live shows for both radio and television, directed cultural presentation at world expos and was the music advisor for the 1991 South Pacific Games Opening Ceremony.


Sandra’s great community engagement and cultural planning methods have been applied across Australia and internationally with NFP organisations, businesses and government.


Sandra also was key in the establishment of the King Street Arts Centre and in 2016 she received her PhD in Spirituality and community development.

And a Q & A panel of young leaders on the day!