Responsible Leadership Seminar:  Peter Tufano in conversation with Antony Jenkins

Driving Business Performance Thursday 4 February 2016, 17:30

Peter Tufano and Antony Jenkins will discuss how leadership and culture drives business performance, including the tools that leaders can deploy to improve performance. They will also examine how technology is profoundly affecting business and society, including how to win in a new and very different world. About the speaker: Antony Jenkins was Group Chief Executive of Barclays plc from August 2012 to July 2015 when he led the bank through one of the toughest periods in global banking history, while at the same time achieving a share price rise of over 50%, well ahead of many rivals. Previously Antony was Chief Executive of Barclays’ Retail and small business bank in the UK, a number of its African businesses and Barclaycard. Over the decade he was responsible for Barclaycard, profits increased by almost four times, making it the Group’s highest performing business. Previously, Antony spent 17 years at Citi. He worked in Securities Services, ran the North American Cash Management business, managed all of Citi’s internet activities and finally ran the Citi branded credit card business with receivables in excess of $100 billion. He is currently Chairman of Business in the Community, the Prince of Wales’ flagship charity, and is a keen supporter of One Young World, a UN-backed initiative that gathers young leaders from around the globe to develop solutions to the world's most pressing issues. He holds an MA for the University of Oxford and an MBA from Cranfield.

Please arrive at the School from 17.00 for a prompt 17:30 start. Tickets are non-transferable.

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