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Banking Leadership – Schroder framework recommended by the Walker review

With the recent LIBOR scandal currently in the news, once again the spotlight is on the quality of leadership in Banking and the Financial Services Industry in general.

In 2009 the UK Government commissioned a review of leadership and corporate governance of the Banks. The report by David Walker made a number of useful recommendations, including, in Annex 4 on the Psychological and behavioural elements in board performance.
In this section it states in its findings:

Leadership behaviour is considerably more predictive of success in complex roles so should be given more weight over industry experience in the decision-making process. The assessment report should be used not just as a decision-making tool for selection, but also as a key part of building an induction and gap management plan to integrate new members and reduce the risks inherent in groups that work together for long periods.

It then goes on to list the well-researched and validated Schroder framework as a recommend leadership model suited to complex and volatile leadership challenges

We couldn’t agree more, which is why my360plus is based on the very same model.

You can download a full copy of the Walker review from the HM Treasury website. You can find the relevant section from page 139 onwards.

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