A timely flashback to some earlier culture and conduct reading & resources… as City & Financial prepare for this year’s #CultureandConduct conference.
For 2020 they’re lining up a who’s who of speakers, including Dr Ian Peters MBE from the Institute of Business Ethics, Jonathan Davidson from the Financial Conduct Authority and Alison Cottrell from the Banking Standards Board.
Key themes in the #CultureandConduct programme:
- The challenges and opportunities arising from ‘the new normal’ and remote working in relation to Culture and Conduct
- The role of purpose in driving safe and sustainable cultures
- The role and skills required of leaders in developing and sustaining a healthy culture in the post-COVID world
- Effective whistle blower protections and fostering psychological safety through a “speak up, listen up” culture
- What will it take to achieve racial diversity in the financial services industry?
- The view from the US
- Conduct and culture in practice – latest observations and insights
- Mental health and wellbeing in ‘the new normal’ world
- Adapting to remote governance and controls: effective management and maintaining relationships in a distributed world
- Recognition and incentives in promoting healthy cultures
- Measuring corporate culture: from sensible metrics to meaningful insights