Leadership on Ethics

Leadership on ethics doesn't just happen. It needs to be thought through, planned and executed. Setting a personal example helps, but is only one of several components. The analogy that works best around ethics is the leader as a coach - bringing the best out of their team / firm.
24 posts
Leadership on Ethics
The Big Ethical Challenge for Insurers in 2023 public
Leadership on Ethics 5 min read

The Big Ethical Challenge for Insurers in 2023

In recent years, the debate about data, ethics and insurance has become more and more mainstream. This has led to questions being asked, evidence called for and resources allocated to handle them. The expectations this generates are producing the big ethical challenge for insurers in 2023.…
Duncan Minty
Duncan Minty
Do Insurers have the Right Ethics Resource? public
Ethical Skills 4 min read

Do Insurers have the Right Ethics Resource?

A number of ethical challenges are circulating around insurance. Managing them so that they don’t disrupt the insurer’s business model requires expertise and experience. Yet how well resourced are insurers for this? As we head towards 2023, I set out some parameters for answering that question.…
Duncan Minty
Duncan Minty
Pay Attention to Undue Pressure public
Leadership on Ethics 2 min read

Pay Attention to Undue Pressure

How a person responds to the ethics of a situation will be influenced by several things. Character is one, plus the skills and knowledge they’ve learnt. Yet what can sometimes render all these ineffective is something firmly in the hands of the firm’s leadership. It’s undue pressure.…
Duncan Minty
Duncan Minty
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