A Year Into The Business Of Trust

Over the course of the last year I have been privileged to have had the chance to contribute to the Lord Mayor of the City of London Corporation's initiative ‘The Business of Trust’. As part of this initiative the City Corporation pulled together representatives from leading financial institutions, with the support of the executive teams within … Continue reading A Year Into The Business Of Trust

Celebrating Responsible Business and the Business of Trust

Hello and welcome back to my second blog that I am writing as the 690th Lord Mayor of the City of London, its given me an opportunity to share with you all my theme for the year - the Business of Trust - a City of London Corporation initiative seeking to improve the trustworthiness of … Continue reading Celebrating Responsible Business and the Business of Trust

Putting the spotlight on trust

Hello and welcome to the first of three blogs that I am writing as the 690th Lord Mayor of the City of London, giving me an opportunity to share with you all my theme for the year:  The Business of Trust, which I launched in November 2017. Each Lord Mayor gets to choose the subject … Continue reading Putting the spotlight on trust

‘What is the marker of an empowered workforce?’

Guest blog written by Alan Barlow, author of "Profiting from Integrity: How CEOs can deliver superior profitability and be relevant to society". Many employers claim their employees are 'empowered' - but few successfully close the feedback loop. A major challenge for management is the practicality of tracking whether staff are empowered. Given the reported importance … Continue reading ‘What is the marker of an empowered workforce?’

Trust isn’t a crisis – it’s a cascade

Guest blog written by John Rosling, who is a writer and lecturer on entrepreneurship and Head of Thought at the Contexis Index CIC. Business faces a storm of existential challenges. Trust between business and the society it operates within is low and still falling. The 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer survey of 33,000 people in 28 … Continue reading Trust isn’t a crisis – it’s a cascade