What does responsible leadership look like? What are the leadership qualities that can make or break an organisation? In these podcasts, Professor Celia Moore from Imperial College Business School invites leaders to share insights from their experience of transforming organisations and making societal impact. The qualities discussed can be embodied by everyone in an organisation, whatever their level.
Responsible #10: Naveed Sultan on the right balance between capitalism, democracy and sustainability
In this second part of Celia Moore’s conversation with Naveed Sultan, Chairman of Citi’s Institutional Clients group, they discuss how responsible leadership—leading from one’s moral conscience—is necessary in order to deliver the future we need.
Responsible #9: Naveed Sultan on how to build a career, and why diversity matters
Naveed Sultan is a Managing Director and Chairman of Citi’s Institutional Clients Group. He is also the establishing partner of the Centre for Responsible Leadership. In this first of a two-part podcast, he speaks with Celia Moore about how he built his career by lifting up everyone around him.
Responsible #8: Henrik Hagemann on being fully present and living with passion
Henrik Hagemann is CEO and Co-Founder of Pureaffinity, a green start-up company with technology that can filter micro-pollutants from wastewater. Just 30 years old, he speaks with Celia Moore about finding your passion, being fearless about mistakes, and how to lead the next generation.
Responsible #7: Tracey Warson on exceptional competence, finding allies, and bringing others with you
Tracey Warson was the first female CEO at Citi’s Private Bank in its 200-year history, simultaneously leading efforts to ensure pay equity and equal opportunity for women at the bank. She speaks with Celia Moore about the sources of her ambition, and why overdelivering on expectations is critical to earn the influence required to open opportunities for others.
Responsible #6: Ann Cairns on what it really means to blaze a trail
Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chair at Mastercard, has spent her career as the one of the only women in the room. She speaks to Celia Moore about being thrown into the North Sea as part of her training as the first woman to work on offshore rigs in the UK, and why, through her current work as global chair of the 30% Club, she is now focused on how to ensure that organizations draw from 100% of available talent.
Responsible #5: Jackie Lee-Joe on building a career by leaning into chaos
Jackie Lee-Joe’s career has included stints in New York London, Singapore, and Los Angeles, before her home city of Sydney called her back during the pandemic. From Skype to the BBC to the Chief Marketing Officer at Netflix, Jackie recounts what she has learned about leadership from being the eldest of six kids, as a constant sufferer of FOMO, and as someone who thrives in constant change,
Wonderful conversations on how to lead with integrity. Highly recommend.