The Most Admired Leaders' Virtual Roundtable was an exclusive, high-level and virtual event focusing on supporting change, innovation and sustainability.
There was no charge for this event, and no speaker fees involved. It was a free, peer-group discussion and the aim to recognise, celebrate and share best practices and routes to success among Britain’s senior leaders.
Each year, alongside our academic partner, The Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) at Coventry University, Echo Research assesses Britain’s Most Admired Companies across the FTSE 100 and 250. This remains the longest running corporate reputation survey of its kind in the country, with data going back 32 years.
We designed the content to be focused and high-level, with speakers drawn from this year’s FTSE Most Admired winners, each element being concise explorations:
Jerome Frost OBE, Chair of UK, Middle East, India, and Africa region, Arup Matthew Gwyther, Ex-editor of Management Today and Partner, Jericho Chambers
4. (Chatham House rules) Paradigm Pains or Opportunities: managing conflicting priorities while living up to commitments in a changing world
Ian Wright CBE, Former Chief Executive, Food and Drink Federation Catherine Colloms, Managing Director Corporate Affairs & Brand, Openreach Katy Taylor, Chief Customer Officer, Southern Water Barney Wyld, Group Corporate Affairs Director, Johnson Matthey PLC