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Meanwhile, you can discover more about the MoralDNA™ Test through recent articles, radio and related press, by reading the following articles.

March 28th 2014, ’Managers and their MoralDNA report’ on the CIPD

“74% of managers are at risk of overlooking the impact of their decisions at work on others – 28% more than among the general population….” Roger co-authored the report which finds: a crisis of business ethics, disengaged employees and a collapse in trust. Read a review on the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) website.

March 25th 2014, CMI accuses managers of thinking ‘robotically’

Roger quoted in HR Magazine - “…managers should be encouraging ‘constructive dissent’ within their teams…” – following the release of the ‘Managers and their MoralDNA’ report by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

February 6th 2013

The Francis Report: The MoralDNA™ Profile demonstrates that healthcare workers really do want to care for patients, but politicians and government agencies couldn’t care less… 

October 28th 2012, BBC R4 “Sunday” programme with Ed Stourton

Roger joins Edward Stourton on BBC Radio 4. Please click the Play button or click here to download the mp3 file.

September 14th 2012, The Ethics of Voting WNYC

Roger Steare, business ethics consultant and the author of Ethicability: How to Decide What’s Right and Find the Courage to Do It, talks about how ethics shape the way we vote. Click here to download Podcast

August 24th 2012, Financial Times Online, Female MBA students score low on ethics test

“Some people think you can’t have a successful business and care about others, but that’s not true…”  Recent analysis of MoralDNA Test results by Professor Roger Steare of female MBA students worldwide has given business schools food for thought…

Read the article in full here.  Please be aware to view the full article you will be required to register, for free, to view 8 articles for a 30-day period. Thereafter, users will be required to obtain a subscription. Financial Times Ltd.

July 21st 2012, Holding Companies to Account

How can big companies be held to account? Is the public humiliation by politicians of CEOs including Rupert Murdoch and Bob Diamond effective, fair or even right?  When the tax paying man in the street is ultimately the loser as ‘lender of last resort’ how do we start to address damaging corporate culture and behaviour?

Presenter Lesley Curwen is joined by Roger Steare, together with Maurice Pratt, former chairman of RBS bank in Ireland and former boss of Tesco Ireland, and now head of a pro-Europe body and Bundeep Singh Rangar,

Chairman of IndusView which advises multi-nationals on business opportunities in India. Plus, Colm O’Regan’s take on self-help business books.

Broadcast on BBC World Service Radio 21/22 July 2012

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July 15th 2012, Financial Times online and print edition, It may not be possible to change the behaviour of scandal-hit sectors, Andrew Hill

During three hours of questioning by the House of Commons Committee on July 4th about he UK bank’s role in the industry-wide rigging of benchmark interest rates, Bob Diamond, Barclays’ former chief executive and the Committee members would return to one key concept…  Referred to 50 times during the proceedings: culture.

The rest of this article can be found here .  Please be aware to view the full article you will be required to register, for free, to view 8 articles for a 30-day period. Thereafter, users will be required to obtain a subscription.  Financial Times Ltd.

July 5th 2012, Financial Times online, Professor of the Week

Professor Roger Steare defines business narrative, integrity, empathic leadership, meritocracy and ethical decision-making today in the FT Lexicon.

Click here to read the article.  Please be aware to view the full article you will be required to register, for free, to view 8 articles for a 30-day period. Thereafter, users will be required to obtain a subscription.  Financial Times Ltd.

June 20th 2012, PwC brings in corporate ethics guru Roger Steare as an adviser

PwC has announced a new collaboration with “corporate ethics guru” Roger Steare “to help organisations deliver sustainable prosperity and conduct business with integrity.”

This collaboration combines PwCs Advisory work in Governance, Risk and Compliance with Roger Steare’s ground-breaking MoralDNA™ and ethicability® research and methodology.

To read or download the Press Release please visit PwC’s UK Media Centre here.

June 12th 2012, IOD Director magazine, Guide to Business Risk

Chapter 4, The board’s role in establishing the right corporate culture, Please click here to download Chapter 4Please click here to download the whole guide.

April 19th 2012, Talk Radio Europe

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April 16th 2012, Mail online, Femail, Katheryn Knight, Women are more moral than men, survey says

In the battle for the moral high ground, it seems we have a winner at last. A leading philosopher has claimed that women are more moral than men. Please click here to read the whole article

April 16th 2012, The Telegraph, Women are more moral than men, survey says

Women are more moral than men, with those over 30 years old having the strongest values, a survey has suggested. Please click here to read the whole article

April 16th 2012, The Huffington Post, A ‘Moral DNA Test’ Reveals Women Are More Honest Than Men, Kyrsty Hazell

Recent research by a leading philosopher has revealed that women are more moral than men – and it’s ladies over 30 who are the most honest. Please click here to read the whole article

Prof. Roger Steare, Cass Business School, London LIVE at Zermatt Summit 2011

Prof. Roger Steare talks on the – Insights into the Moral DNA of the Human Corporation at Zermatt Summit 2011t.
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