Geoff Moore, Karen Blakeley, Eve Poole and Tom Stables where amongst the speakers at the ESRC seminar, The Development of Ethical Leaders, held at Sarum College on Friday 21 October.
This nine-part Economic and Social Research Council seminar series aimed to stimulate debate and innovative thinking about how to develop policies and practices for ethical leadership.
The seminar at Sarum College, the last in the series, was the culmination of a two-year series which saw seminars take place at KPMG, Bristol Zoo, University of Exeter, University of Birmingham, Lancaster University and the University of Liverpool.
Videos from each of the talks at Sarum College can be viewed below or on our YouTube page.
Professor Andy Henley, Cardiff Business Schoool
Christian Belief, Christian Ethics and Good Leadership
Professor Geoff Moore, Durham University Business School
The Romance, Sacralisation and Scapeboating of Leaders:
A MacIntyrean Corrective to a Girardian Perspective
Dr Karen Blakeley, Winchester Business School
Developing Ethical Leaders and the Knowing-Doing Gap: Lessons from Spirituality
Dr Eve Poole, Activist Theologian
Characters and Caricatures? Why We Need Leaders of Good Character
Tom Stables, Managing Director of National Express UK Coach
Ethical Leadership in Practice