Culture

Making work worth it

Encourage your people to embrace your values, operate ethically and realise the economic opportunities of diversity.
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Culture

Our FT journalists know better than most how ethical slip-ups turn into scandals. Corporate leaders forget their values, and the consequences are seen in our headlines and the company’s share price. But the true cause usually lies deeper, in a company’s culture.

Today, businesses that have embraced diversity, inclusion and a positive culture are seen as leaders in their fields. A positive culture is hard to build and maintain. But tended with care, it simplifies tough decisions, protects reputations, attracts the right staff, and carries a company through good times and bad.

Our programmes help organisations to deliver business results while fostering a culture of diversity, ethics and high value creation.

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Expertise and experience

Our FT journalists are close to the source. They know the facts before they become news. Our 500+ educators come from the world’s top business schools and have wide experience in helping business to innovate. Working together, they will challenge mindsets and help your business move forward.

Roger Steare

An ethicist and corporate philosopher, Roger Steare is a leadership, culture and ethics adviser to the boards of major corporations, public sector institutions, government and regulators. He conducts empirical research on moral character, judgement and behaviour, and has designed and delivered high performance, high integrity leadership, culture and ethics programmes.

Celia de Anca

Director of the Centre for Diversity in Global Management at IE Business School, Celia de Anca is Professor of Global Diversity. She is the author of Beyond Tribalism and co-author of Managing Diversity in the Global Organisation. A fluent Arab speaker, she advises on diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace.

Shiva Roofeh

An experienced global facilitator and trainer, Shiva Roofeh has designed and delivered workshops, programmes and masterclasses centred on facilitating difficult conversations, cultural intelligence and leadership, diversity and inclusion, finding opportunity in differences, and understanding the logic and order in new and seemingly chaotic situations.

Sarah Gordon

Sarah Gordon the FT business editor and an associate editor. Prior to this role she was the FT’s companies editor and an assistant editor, overseeing the coverage of corporate news. She joined in 2001 on the UK companies desk before becoming deputy personal finance editor. Before joining the FT Sarah worked in emerging markets fund management for Citigroup’s asset management business She holds a BA Honours in English Literature from Clare College, Cambridge, and a master’s degree in Latin American Politics and Economics from Oxford.
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From masterclasses to roundtable talks, we host and sponsor a wide variety of events covering several countries and topics, always aiming to generate fresh debate, new ideas and practical insights for senior executives.
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