Culture, conduct & accountability – some follow-on reading & resources…

A quick five – follow #EthicalBusinessPractice for more every week… Chartered Banker: Are we getting to the root of what will drive change? Are we facing an ethics crisis? What is Ethical Business Practice and Regulation? A primer… (has a downloadable PDF you can print) Get your company values off the wall and into employeeContinue reading “Culture, conduct & accountability – some follow-on reading & resources…”

#RefinitivSummit: Culture, conduct & individual accountability

Panel discussion ● A review of individual accountability frameworks in Asia: what worked, and what could be improved upon? ● Restoring trust in the financial sector: what can ASEAN learn from Australia’s Royal Commission and developments in Europe? ● How will a heightened enforcement climate change the way financial institutions approach culture and conduct? ●Continue reading “#RefinitivSummit: Culture, conduct & individual accountability”

More #ethicsdates for your 2019 wall calendar and desk diary…

Some of the events coming up in 2019 – any missing? Let us know… add #EthicsDates to your tweet. Refinitiv ASEAN Regulatory Summit Singapore | 8 May | @refinitiv | #RefinitivSummit |  Learn more… Refinitiv Australian Regulatory Summit Sydney | 4 June | @refinitiv | Learn more… Can we regulate for innovation and can we innovateContinue reading “More #ethicsdates for your 2019 wall calendar and desk diary…”

AretéWork Quarterly – read the latest issue…

The fourth edition of the AretéWork Quarterly it out – it has fresh news and articles that relate to Ethical Business Practice and Ethical Business Regulation. This issue looks back at the top articles from the first quarter – and looks ahead to some of the key events and conferences for the rest of 2019.Continue reading “AretéWork Quarterly – read the latest issue…”

Acronyms, abbreviations – and mnemonics

Plain language is always preferable. Yet, sometimes acronyms and abbreviations arise – both as shorthand and sometimes as helpful mnemonics. Confused about those used in the context of #EthicalBusinessPractice and #EthicalBusinessRegulation? Don’t suffer in silence. Here’s a print-out-and-keep reference guid to common abbreviations and acronyms – adapted from Ethical Business Practice and Regulation – AContinue reading “Acronyms, abbreviations – and mnemonics”

Listen with no thought of replying

Some thoughts from one of my recent workshops… Try to be fully present without judgment. Listen with an open mind; focus on what the person is saying, not on how you are going to respond. Remember that everyone has his or her own separate reality. What might that mean for listening? Try listening to aContinue reading “Listen with no thought of replying”

The Impact Revolution: The Role of Law and Lawyers

You are invited to join the ESELA Annual Conference on Friday 12 April 2019 at the London School of Economics, hosted by The Marshall Institute. The conference will explore the Role of Law and Lawyers in the Impact Revolution. A varied agenda will cover international and domestic concerns across four streams: Impact Investing, Profit withContinue reading “The Impact Revolution: The Role of Law and Lawyers”

#EthicalBusinessPractice: Cultural and Leadership Framework – The Foundation, People and Ethos, Systems and Processes

The Foundation, People and Ethos, Systems and Processes: The Foundation A belief that ethics is everyone’s responsibility. An articulated and inspirational social purpose. Thoughtfully identified core ethical values, whose meanings are clear to all employees, and continuous communication and training for all (including the board) to reinforce the values. A public commitment by leaders andContinue reading “#EthicalBusinessPractice: Cultural and Leadership Framework – The Foundation, People and Ethos, Systems and Processes”

Chartered Banker: Are we getting to the root of what will drive change?

I recently participated in a webinar for the Chartered Banker Institute, focused on the importance of culture and conduct. It was a great opportunity to talk about something we are both passionately promoting in our respective lines of work: individual engagement with improving organisation culture and our accountability. Not only to our customers, and societyContinue reading “Chartered Banker: Are we getting to the root of what will drive change?”

Culture and Conduct: The many reasons why things go wrong and what can you do about it

Webcast | Monday 25th February | 1pm (GMT) Presenters: Ruth Steinholtz and Shona Matthews For most of us, compliance might seem something that happens to us, only about interpretations of what legislation and regulation requires of us; necessary but boring – a nuisance even. But what if doing the right thing was actually good for business?Continue reading “Culture and Conduct: The many reasons why things go wrong and what can you do about it”