Watch and listen to Professor Roger Steare engage, provoke and inspire on leadership, culture, values and ethics in a world facing digital, social and political disruption.
Since 2008, ìRoger has helped me consider business decisions from a fresh perspective. His approach might be rooted in philosophy, but in reality it is about pragmatic, profitable yet principled management of a business for long-term success.î
Joe Garner, CEO Nationwide Building Society
former CEO, BT Openreach
and former Deputy CEO, HSBC Bank plc
Following the Gulf of Mexico disaster in 2010Ö
ìRoger has had a significant influence on our efforts to continuously reinforce the concept of doing the right thing in all our business activities. His ethicability model provides a framework to transform difficult grey areas into a more simple, fundamental approach to making decisions we can be proud of.î
Group Ethics and Compliance Officer, BP plc
ìÖin his excellent book ethicability, Roger Steare argues for a more sophisticated interpretation of integrity in business ñ one that is not simply defined by the ethics of obedience ñ so what is legally right or wrong ñ but actually looks towards the ethics of care and the ethics of reason.
ÖThe FCAís solution to Steareís challenge has been to use a broader array of judgement-based tools and techniques ñ including competition, behavioural economics and more sophisticated modelling ñ to get under the bonnet of the financial services industry and make sure consumers ñ across the markets ñ are treated more fairly.î
CEO, Financial Conduct Authority
Roger invites people to stop and think in a compelling and inspiring, yet pragmatic way. He helps people develop good thinking, listening and dialogue.
Purpose – Why do we exist?
Character – Who are we?
Judgement – How do we decide what is right?
Behaviour – What will we do?
In this video, EY Global invites Roger to debate the future of workplace culture. More videos >>