Crucial Conversations about Culture in partnership with Linklaters

In sponsored partnership with Linklaters

In this series, we explore how culture can drive bad behaviour and what organisations should consider to embed effective cultural change. If you’re looking to understand why good people sometimes do bad things, the role of incentives in shaping culture, or what Boards can do to set the tone, this series will offer you plenty of insights.

The series features a panel of experts across Linklaters, drawing on years of experience of the interaction between legal frameworks and behaviour. And, we also teamed up with Dr. Hazel McLaughlin, the President of the British Psychological Society, who offers a psychological perspective on these issues.

Visit the Linklaters Culture Hub to access further resources on corporate culture.

09:11Short term incentives: can you have them?
Bradley Richardson and Dr Hazel McLaughlinLinklaters

Short term incentives: can you have them?

Is there still a place for short-term targets in business? Bradley Richardson, Employment and Incentives...

07:28Understanding groupthink and how to avoid it
Harriet Ellis and Dr Hazel McLaughlinLinklaters

Understanding groupthink and how to avoid it

“Let’s talk about group think.” So begins a candid discussion between Harriet Ellis, Dispute Resolution...

08:21The role of the board: driving the culture you want
Rachel Barrett and Simon Kerr-DavisLinklaters

The role of the board: driving the culture you want

It’s easy to reel off platitudes about how culture is important, but then revert to...

08:49Driving an effective speak up culture
Gavin Lewis and Simon Kerr-DavisLinklaters

Driving an effective speak up culture

Take a seat alongside this conversation between Gavin Lewis, a Dispute Resolution Partner at Linklaters,...

03:37Understanding why good people sometimes do bad things: understanding your corporate culture
Sarah Wiggins and Dr Hazel McLaughlinLinklaters

Understanding why good people sometimes do bad things: understanding your corporate culture

Sarah rounds off the series by asking Hazel what organisations can do to foster a...