Leadership, culture and ethics advisor to the Boards and senior executives of major corporations, public sector institutions, government and regulators
Visiting Professor in the Practice of Organizational Ethics at Cass Business School
Expert media commentator for the FT, BBC and The Times
Professor Roger Steare FRSA, otherwise known as the “Corporate Philosopher”, is a British ethicist, consultant, speaker and author. He works with people in businesses all over the world to help them build trust and sustainability in their organisations, reminding them how to be human beings first and business people second. Business leaders describe him as a disruptive thinker, a critical friend and a trusted advisor.
Roger has advised the Boards and/or senior executives in Barclays, BP, Citigroup, EY, the Financial Conduct Authority, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Openreach, PwC, RBS and the SFO. He has also developed leadership, values and culture programmes for several of these organisations.
Roger is currently Visiting Professor in the Practice of Organisational Ethics, and Corporate Philosopher at the Cass Business School in London. He teaches on the Executive MBA Programs as well as consulting with external corporate clients through Cass Executive Education. He is a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges and a Guest Lecturer at London Business School. He is a Fellow of the cross-party policy think tank ResPublica, founded by Phillip Blond in 2009.
Roger conducts empirical research on moral character, judgement and behaviour; he is co-designer of the psychometric profile MoralDNA, used to measure moral values and thinking. In 2014, the Chartered Management Institute has published reports on “Managers and their MoralDNA” and the “MoralDNA of Performance”. He is the author of “ethicability: How to Decide What’s Right and Find the Courage to Do It” (2006-13), and is a regular contributor to a variety of print and broadcast media, in which he challenges the “dysfunctional totalitarian construct” of modern corporations. In 2014 he was named a Top 100 Thought Leader by Trust Across America alongside management guru Stephen Covey and Howard Schulz, CEO Starbucks.
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