Tomorrow’s Ethics: What is the purpose of business?

Post event blog In the second of the Tomorrow’s Ethics series, NIBE in conjunction with Newcastle Business School welcomed Charles Wookey, founding member and CEO, A Blueprint for Better Business. Charles started by giving a brief biography, from his early years studying as a chartered accountant, he gained a BA in physics and philosophy, followed […]

Caroline Theobald’s editorial in The Journal

Hello! I’m Caroline. You’re probably wondering why on earth The Journal has asked me to write a column, particularly because they then said ‘it could be about anything!’ Maybe it’s because I’m an ageing import from the South East who had the good luck to marry a commercial fisherman and bring up his children? Or […]

Tomorrow’s Ethics launch: Iain Spittal, Ethics in Policing. ‘My journey-it’s all about people’

The launch event for the Tomorrow’s Ethics series, involving all 5 north east universities, launched at Durham University Business School, on Tuesday 7 November, 2017.     Iain Spittal, Chief Constable, Cleveland Police gave a fascinating narrative of his career and poignant accounts of what drove him to the top job. He described how several […]

Preparing tomorrow’s leaders – an industry led panel to discuss the role that university’s should play in preparing graduates for the workplace

This joint event between NIBE, Newcastle Business School and Business in the Community acted to draw the first day’s business at the  PRME conference to a close and herald a focus on opportunity on day two. The session began with an inspirational presentation from Jon Khoo: Innovation Partner at Interface Inc.  He spoke about the […]

Leadership and risk in business an event round up

Dr Angus Robson, lecturer and team enterprise coach at Newcastle Business School, discussed leadership models and how they relate back to banking, during his presentation ‘What went wrong in Scottish banking? How not to choose bad leaders’. He discussed transformations leadership and authentic leadership, whether they were good models and could they be applied to […]