The Three Leadership Lessons From Sarina Wiegman and England’s Lionesses
On Sunday, England beat Germany 2-1 to secure the country's first major football trophy for 56 years. What can leaders learn from their triumph and manager Sarina Wiegman's approach? Doug Baird explores Sarina’s approach in his article published in Management Today.
ESG unlikely to survive in its current form, lobby warns
Sustainable investments are a focus for organisations looking to hit their ESG agendas, but will the energy crisis and conflict in the Ukraine change these goals, Money Marketing’s article investigates.
For Banks to Survive, They Need to Champion Their Eco-Conscience
With sustainability firmly on the agenda for banks and financial services institutions, the International Banker investigates the urgency of adopting appropriate strategies and transparent reporting to ensure that the sustainable-banking imperative is achieved.
How Company Finance Chiefs Can Prepare for The Worst
Can past studies offer lessons on how to navigate the current chaotic times? The following opinion piece from the Financial Times shares thoughts on this.
Details of Critical Third Parties Regime in UK Financial Services Emerge
Thought provoking article surrounding the recent outlining of regulation of CTPs by the Treasury and what this will ultimately mean for the financial services industry.
Women In the Workplace Stay With “Gender Equality Leaders,” Survey Finds
The diversity agenda is always at the forefront of our mind and our process and interestingly Deloitte’s Women at Work report suggests that the proportion of women currently looking for a new role has increased since last year, but those at organisations committed to gender equality are unlikely to be among them.
United Kingdom Economic Outlook
Could the sharp squeeze on disposable incomes and the twin risks of COVID-19 and political tensions deliver volatile growth this year?
ESG is Banking’s Next Big Thing
Will ESG facilitate growth in the long run - attracting talent, reducing costs, and forging a sense of trust amongst consumers - Forbes’ interesting article with compelling statistics is food for thought.
2022 Outlook - Just How Bright Is It?
As 2021 draws to a close, and with Omicrom looming large, we can’t help but wonder what 2022 has in store for both the global economy and also more specifically the financial services industry.
Women on Boards - Meet the Headhunter - 17th January 2022
Women on Boards is an inclusive networking and mentoring organisation with some 28,ooo members in the UK.
Partnering Again With Cambridge & Counties Bank
Taylor Harrison has been retained by Cambridge & Counties Bank to source a new Board member.
Most workers do not expect full-time office return
Will the learnings of the last 18 months be taken forward to the advantage of all? Interesting article with some compelling statistics, echoing our thoughts that there may be a new normal following Covid-19.
Championing Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace
Supporting individuals in the workplace with mental health concerns is especially key in these post-pandemic times.
FCA Launches Sandbox for Products Validating ESG Disclosure
Earlier this year 28 organisations took part in the first digital sandbox pilot for businesses wanting to test and develop new products in the area of environmental, social, and governance data and disclosure.
The DiverCity Podcast
Congratulations to The Diversity Podcast, who were listed by the content reader, Feedspot, as one of the ‘Top 15 Diversity and Inclusion Podcasts’ for the second year in a row.