The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum
Level 38 - The Gherkin
30 St Mary Axe
London
The Broadcast PR Business

Speakers included:

  • Baroness Jay of Paddington
  • Veronica Hope-Hailey (University of Bath)
  • Matthew Gwyther (Management Today)
  • Adrian Wooldridge (The Economist)
  • Professor Bernd Vogel
    (Henley Business School)
  • Matthew Batstone (New College of the Humanities)
  • Matt Hancocks (EY)
  • Sally Bramall (Willis Group)

Who should take note?

  • The C-suite
  • Aspiring leaders
  • MBA students
  • Leadership and behavioural academics

Further reading

Further reading

Visit Videos & further reading for links to research papers and books

Future Forum events

Please email Matthew Locke to be kept informed of future events:

matthew@broadcastprbusiness.com

Venue


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Level 38
The Gherkin
30 St Mary Axe
London EC3A 8BF [view map]

Telephone 020 7469 4036

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The 2014 Leadership Behaviour and Education Forum

The panels discussed:

Leadership Behaviour and Ethics
Decision-making, emotions and Leadership
MBAs and Leadership
Modern Leadership and the Humanities

Please view other videos and content at: www.broadcastacademics.com and www.broadcastprbusiness.com

Thought leaders from EY, Deloitte and Willis Group met with professors from business schools and The Economist and Management Today to debate leadership behaviour in a post-crash society

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Highlights from the 2014 Forum

Sally Bramall, COO of the Financial Institutions team at Willis Group, discusses why it is vital to analyse leadership behaviour as part of reputational risk

The former Leader of the House of Lords reflects on the cult of the heroic leader and the current state of leadership in business, healthcare and education

Our previous panels discussed:

  • Can Big Data create a better investment experience?
  • The disgruntled pensioner: consumer behaviour defined
  • The morality dilemma: behaving ethically in the investment industry

Find out more

Visit Videos & further reading to view films of the 2013 Forum and links to further research

2014 Forum participants include:

Some of the participants Newcastle University Business School
Mercer Consulting website
Mercer Consulting website
Barclays website
Financial Times website
Cambridge Judge Business School website

EY website
Warwick Business School

The particpants included:

  • Suzy Moat
    Warwick Business School
  • Brian Henderson
    Head of DC, Mercer
  • Neil Collins
    Financial Times columnist
  • Professor Darren Duxbury
    Newcastle University Business School
  • Professor Raghavendra Rau
    University of Cambridge
    Judge Business School
  • Rob Toguri
    Partner, Ernst and Young
  • Emily Haisley
    Barclays Behavioural Finance

The Broadcast PR Business

This event has been organised by The Broadcast PR Business - leaders in the broadcast and social media revolution.

To find out more about the 2014 Forum contact:

Matthew Locke & Heather Fearfield
Tel 020 7469 4036
Email matthew@broadcastprbusiness.com

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