Leadership in Extraordinary Times: Paul Polman

How can we build a more stable and just world after the covid-19 crisis? A conversation between Paul Polman, Chair and Peter Tufano, Dean of the Saïd Business School who, among other things, discuss the need for and hope that this crisis will drive a new moral capitalism.

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Nikol Chen (she/her)

Marketing & Design, Laidlaw Foundation

Hello! My name is Nikol and I look after the Laidlaw Scholars Network. I am originally from Kazakhstan and I studied Human Sciences at UCL. My final research explored the potential effects of design on patient wellbeing in hospitals, and I also took modules such as Ethnographic Documentary Filmmaking, Anthropology of the Built Environment, Art in the Public Sphere, and other less interesting-sounding things :) Drop me a line at nikol.chen@laidlawfoundation.com if you have any questions about the Network or just fancy a chat. Alternatively, you can use the teal chat bubble in the right bottom corner of your screen and I'll reply ASAP!

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Susanna Kempe 3 months ago

This is a fascinating interview from our new partners at Said Business School. Did you know that every year 8 million people die from air pollution and, oddly coincidentally, the same number die from tobacco related diseasaes? Did you know that 400 companies, under the organising auspices of WEF, are collaborating on solutions to the Covid-19 crisis? Highly informative and informed, Paul Paulson radiates effective leadership. I love his call at the end for a new generation of leaders who are purpose driven, collaborative, moral, authentic, systemetic in their approach... all the things that we look for in Laidlaw Scholars.