Session on 2 June 2020 09:30 - View on timetable
Professor Roger Steare, the Corporate Philosopher, is internationally recognised as one of the leading experts advising the Boards and executive teams on building high performing, ethical organisations. His work with BP after the Gulf of Mexico disaster has been crucial to the company’s recovery plan, with Roger’s decision-making framework and leadership training endorsed within the US Department of Justice Consent Agreement of 2016. He has advised Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Bank and RBS after the credit crisis, PPI mis-selling and Libor manipulation scandals, with his work publicly endorsed by the Financial Conduct Authority. His most recent assignment has been with Nationwide Building Society where he has supported the senior executive team in achieving not only the Which? Banking Brand of the Year 2017 and 2018, but also the largest winner of banking current account
switchers, regularly out-scoring all major banking competitors combined. Nationwide now has 15.5m members.
Roger has worked with clients to achieve these results by basing his guidance on the evidence of best-practice across all sectors from around the world. He has conducted extensive empirical research on both personal and professional integrity, with his MoralDNA® Profile cited in papers published by the Chartered Management Institute, the Chartered Insurance Institute, EY, the FCA and PWC. His work has also been profiled in
The Times, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Les Echos and The Guardian.
His book ethicability has sold over 25,000 print copies and has been licensed as an ebook to over 600,000 employees across the firms he advises. He also teaches and writes for Thinkers50, ‘the world’s most reliable resource for identifying, ranking, and sharing the leading management ideas of our age.
Roger is Visiting Professor in the Practice of Organisational Ethics and Corporate Philosopher in Residence at Cass Business School (UK). He also teaches at Duke Corporate Education, Headspring Executive Development (Financial Times), London Business School and on the Thinkers50 Executive MBA.