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Professor Roger Steare

Professor of Organisational Ethics, Cass Business School

 

He invites people to stop and think in a compelling and inspiring, yet pragmatic way, and he helps people develop better thinking, dialogue and decision-making. The result? His clients are able to build cultures where every customer, colleague and investor is truly valued as a human being. Where profit is no longer a dirty word but is is now a philosophy of sustainable prosperity for all.

 

 

Key Facts

 

Leadership, culture and ethics advisor to the Boards and senior executives of major corporations, public sector institutions, governments and regulators

Independent Strategic Advisor on Organisational Culture and Integrity to Ernst & Young LLP

Corporate Philosopher and Visiting Professor in the Practice of Organizational Ethics at Cass Business School

Visiting Professor in European General Studies at the Collège d’Europe in Bruges

Faculty member at Duke Corporate Education

Lecturer on Critical Thinking at the Royal College of Defence Studies

Lecturer on Sustainability at London Business School

Fellow at cross-party UK policy think tank ResPublica

Fellow at the Royal Society for the Arts, Commerce and Industry

Author of ethicability® with over 600,000 digital copies sold

Co-designer of the MoralDNA™ Profile with over 600,000 digital licences sold

Expert media commentator for the BBC, the FT, The Times and the Wall Street Journal

 

 

“Over the last four years, Roger 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.”

Joe Garner, current CEO, Nationwide. Former CEO, HSBC UK.