School: Henley Business School
Department: Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour
Interests: open access publishing, transparent approaches, collaborative and cross–disciplinary research, especially with a philosophical or new theoretical basis; new theory hypotheses and testing; variety of sources and methods.
I am a Professor of Business Ethics and Moral Development at Henley Business School. My research is multi–disciplinary research informed by agent-centred approaches in ethics, and philosophical anthropology and psychology. Personalist virtue ethics approaches and research on interpersonal growth based on humanistic approaches (centred on wellbeing, empathy and growth via interpersonal relations) and effects for the future of management and education are also explored. I am academic director of the Henley Centre for Business Ethics and Sustainability (CBES) at Henley Bus School, the University of Reading.