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The ethical banker

Lord Stephen Green, chair of a recent Church of England report on leadership development, is under the spotlight for his own leadership of HSBC during 2003-2010, now that the bank is facing renewed criticism and questions about tax avoidance schemes.

The Guardian newspaper labels Green,  “the ethical banker with questions to answer.”

An ordained Church of England minister, Lord Green published a book in 2009 entitled Good Value: Reflections on Money, Morality and an Uncertain World. It preached that business leaders should […]

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The Green Report

The Bishop of Ely has issued a statement commending The Green Report, a study on the development of senior clergy in the Church of England. Describing the priorities of the report, the Bishop notes

The framework prioritises:

Supporting bishops and deans in their discipleship and so enabling them in their ministry as confident leaders and evangelists releasing energy for mission and growth
Enabling bishops in their individual and collegial leadership of the Church and in the Nation
Developing those who may be called to […]

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